Cuba has 11.2 million people, half of them are workers and 85% of those are state-employed in some way. Now 500,000 people will be forced/allowed over the next year to enter one of the authorized 124 private occupations.
It's ok, they'll say uncle and all will be forgiven, and Disney Havana here we come.
I hope they don't all become boat builders.
Phrases like "The authorized 124 private occupations" leave my head spinning.
carribean casinos and whorehouses. vegas would be over wouldnt it?
either its fullblown shock therapy or stuff like this…
Does anyone have a list of those "authorized" occupations and how specific or vague the definitions are? That could say a lot about the mindset behind the measure, and whether the leadership has a clue.
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