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Cuban authorities stress economic diversification elements

Cuban authorities stress economic diversification elements

Havana, Aug 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuban authorities today stressed the relevance of the improvement of economic actors in Cuba, especially those related to the business system, for the country's development.
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A report published in the Granma newspaper adds on Wednesday that such elements seek to take full advantage of the nation’s potential to face problems.

The message points out that the updating of the tax law, in line with the measures approved for the improvement of self-employment and the organization of new economic actors are priority issues.

These topics were recently addressed by the Deputy Prime Minister and head of the Ministry of Economy and Planning of Cuba, Alejandro Gil Fernandez.

The head of Finance and Prices, Meisi Bolaños, joined the analysis to specify details on the matter.

Both ratified, in the television program Mesa Redonda (August 11), the importance of designing adequate tax burdens for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises ( Mipymes).

He also recalled that at the beginning of the Ordering Task, this economic process was explained in the sense of placing the country in better conditions to move forward in the improvement, because it makes equal the monetary exchange rate of the state sector and the private sector.

In this sense, the improvement of the economic actors is not limited to Mipymes, self-employment and cooperatives, but also has an impact on the state company, which he corroborated as a fundamental economic actor.

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