Cuba'S Future Businesses - A First Approximation
This paper suggests that medium and small enterprises could be vital to the economic reconstruction and the rapid transformation of Cuba's currently ailing economy into a dynamic one.Presented at the 14th International Conference,Istanbul, San Antonio, Texas, May 2004.
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