Johannes Werner Tue Apr 15, 07:27 am EST
Although foreign investors at the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM) will still have to hire employees through a state agency, they will be able to negotiate salaries, contract self-employed Cubans, and hire as many foreign workers as they want. Most importantly, workers will pocket most of what their employers pay the agency.
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