Cuba takes step towards incorporation for private businesses


CUBA STANDARD — In a long-awaited move, the Council of Ministers gave the go-ahead to create a new legal framework for companies, official media reported. That includes hundreds of thousands of small private businesses, which have languished under the status of “self-employed” for three decades, with many owners eagerly expecting to incorporate their business.

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