Home / Lifestyle / Cuba Will Again Allow Private Tourism Business Growth
Cuba Street Scene

Cuba Will Again Allow Private Tourism Business Growth

The Cuban government is lifting a freeze on new restaurants, inns and other tourism-related businesses, ending a moratorium that had hampered the country’s most promising sector for more than a year.

The Associated Press reported Tuesday that Cuba’s government is rolling out new regulations aimed at controlling the growth of private tourism industry businesses and collecting more tax revenue. Private restaurants and bed-and-breakfasts boomed after a move toward U.S.-Cuba normalization in 2014.

Cuba froze new licenses for restaurants, small inns and other tourism business in August of last year.

About LedeTree

LedeTree
LedeTree combines original content and curated aggregation in order to give you intelligent information. From LedeTree original reporting to newspapers to social media to law makers to direct communication through LedeTree, we have a place for you to speak your mind, be heard, and let our editors get to the truth behind the stories.

Check Also

MLB Statcast Stats Superimposed over Photo of Diving Andrew McCutchen When he Played for the Pirates

MLB to Make Amazon Official Machine Learning Partner

Major League Baseball will use Amazon Web Services as its “official provider for machine learning, …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.