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Tweets of the Day – The real ‘private’ business in Cuba

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Cuban dissident Ailer Gonzalez Mena explains to U.S. Chamber of Commerce president Thomas Donohue who really owns the "private" business in Cuba (my translation):


U.S. Chamber of Commerce president praises the expansion of private business in Cuba. Which private business? You mean the Castro's right?


In Cuba, the only lucrative private business belongs to the Castros and their gang. The rest are nothing more than disposable lighter re-fillers and croquette vendors.

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