From our Bureau of Cuban Businessmen Without Consciences with some assistance from our Bureau of Perilous Business Ventures
In addition to desecrating the shrine of a soon-to-be-beatified Cuban priest while he was in New York, Trucutú Díaz-Canel also chatted with Cuban-American businessmen and tried to convince them to make deals with Castro, Inc.’s omnipotent monopoly.
Invest in Castro, Inc., yes! You can become filthy rich, like Hugo Cancio. Never mind the blood spatters on your dollar bills. Never mind the risk of having all of your merchandise confiscated. Never mind the oppression you will be funding.
Come on down, comemierdas, we’ll pretend to be your partners until the time comes to sever ties and run off with the loot you hoped would be yours.
Absolutely disgusting. Any Cuban who participated in this meeting is a traitor to his own people.
Loosely translated from Periodico Cubano
Cuba is exploring the possibility of Cuban-Americans investing and owning businesses in Cuba, according to several Castro officials during the meeting of several businessmen with Miguel Díaz-Canel in New York.
According to the revelations made by El Nuevo Herald, the strategy has to be preceded by a change in Cuban legislation to offer a certain legality, although it is known that totalitarian regimes appeal to the expropriation of private property at any time alleging a alleged “national interest”
On the subject, the Cuban president himself said on his official Twitter account that “we begin today’s day within the framework of the 78th period of sessions of the UN General Assembly, with a meeting with American businessmen, whom we update on new business opportunities.” business in Cuba and transformations in our economy.”
Ralph Patiño, a Miami lawyer present at the meeting, reflected the situation with the phrase: “This is the dog that bites its own tail,” alluding to the mutual expectation of an initial gesture between Cuba and the United States. Patiño, who in the past supported the thaw efforts initiated by Barack Obama’s administration, suggested that if Havana had taken better advantage of those opportunities, strengthening ties and providing greater openings, “Cuba would have been a different country in 2023.”
Among the businessmen present invited by Díaz-Canel were figures such as Mike Fernández, Ariel Pereda, Carlos Saladrigas and Hugo Cancio, the latter with an extensive business network on the Island, including the export of automobiles from the US under a license from the Office. of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Press reports indicate that businessmen asked for more business opportunities in Cuba to take advantage of the captive market of nearly 11 million Cubans who do not have access to consumer goods due to lack of production on the Island.
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