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Investment in the new Cuban tourist industry

a guide to entrepreneurial opportunities

by Mark M. Miller

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Published by Quorum Books in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cuba.
    • Subjects:
    • Tourism -- Cuba.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-168) and index.

      StatementMark M. Miller and Tony L. Henthorne.
      ContributionsHenthorne, Tony L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG155.C9 M55 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 171 p. :
      Number of Pages171
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL656608M
      ISBN 101567200923
      LC Control Number97001698

      In November , Cuba's state newspaper Granma published an article acknowledging that despite the deterioration in relations between the U.S. and Cuban governments, the Cuban government was still making efforts to attract foreign investment in Currency: Cuban peso (CUP) = cents and Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) = 25 CUP. A new Ministry of Tourism was created in , and the Cuban state invested heavily in tourist facilities. Between and , more than $ billion was invested in the tourist industry. The number of rooms available to international tourists grew f to 35,, [11] and the country received a total of 10 million visitors over that period. [8].

      CUBAN TOURISM. The Cuban Ministry of Tourism has important projects planned for the future and is counting on massive investments of foreign capital. It offers a portfolio of major tourism projects, which will give large groups the opportunity to invest through joint ventures with the State and international investors. Tourism in Cuba Riding the Wave Toward Sustainable Prosperity. and most especially to the leading expert on the Cuban tourism industry, José Luis Perelló Cabrera, whose continual guidance and insights have markedly a daunting task in normal times and especially challenging in light of the new austerity. Financing that investment is a.

        Tourism Industry Disappointed In New Cuba Policies President Trump's plan to roll back diplomatic and trade openings to Cuba has some business leaders .   Tourism has been a bright spot for Cuba. From to , visitors to the island doubled, largely thanks to the arrival of more Americans, whose numbers grew considerably after President Barack Author: Carmelo Mesa-Lago.


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Along with the anniversary of the city and investment projects throughout the country, scheduled in May is the FitCuba International Tourism Fairwhich on this occasion will be dedicated to Havana’s th anniversary and Spain, as the guest country of new edition of the fair, based in the Morro-Cabaña historical complex, is.

The Spanish company, present in Cuban tourism for more than 28 years, will close with significant growth in both new hotels and Investment in the new Cuban tourist industry book, attractive locations. The tourist sector is one of the most active, in terms of foreign investment in the country.

Cuba’s Business Opportunities Portfolio boasts new projects for foreign investment in the tourist sector. Photo: Omara GARCÍA MEDEROS Outside the hotel industry investment is also being directed towards promoting tourism-related property development and outsourcing administrative contracts for the island’s % Cuban-owned marinas to.

Cuba’s Future Hospitality and Tourism Business: Opportunities and Obstacles Abstract The resumption of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba opens the prospect of a tourist boom to the Caribbean’s largest island. Cuba has many advantages to support investment, as the island is rich.

Cuban tourism industry Its re-emergence and future Thomas D. Hindi The Cuban tourism industry has been characterized by dynamic change since including phases of exploitative international tourism, socially driven domestic tourism, and a combination of state controlled international and domestic by:   Cuba holds great potential for competitiveness within the Caribbean regional, and even global, tourism industry.

The question “Can Cuba realize this potential?” looms increasingly large across the region and within U.S. tourism interests, as Castro's health is in question and brother Raúl assumes more control over the country's political by:   Regarding cruise tourism, the Cuban official expressed it has grown percent this year and it will continue a "favorable" path with more operations of cruise companies from the U.S.

and Europe. Meanwhile, Deborah Rivas, a senior official at the Ministry of Foreign Commerce and Investment, said the country attracted over two billion U.S. This year could be a banner year for Cuban tourism.

As the Caribbean island continues to court foreign vacationers, the tourism ministry announced that. But investment in new rooms has been slow. Cuba is cash-strapped, and foreign hotel bosses are reluctant to risk big bucks because they have no idea whether Donald Trump will try to tighten the.

This paper examines the growth and composition of Cuba’s tourism industry and its impact on the Cuban economy and workers, and considers the industry’s competitive future in the international tourism market.

It is based on field research conducted in Cuba, including visits to tourism businesses and interviews with officials, executives File Size: 1MB. However, safety and security and ICT preparedness is a constraint affecting Cuban tourism industry.

Major tourist destinations in Cuba includes: Old Havana, Varadero, Trinidad, Guardalavaca, Playa Paraíso, Cayo Coco, Parque Nacional Vinales, Baracoa and Santa Clara. What the report offers. The study identifies the situation of Cuba and predicts the growth of its tourism and hotel industry.

For Cuba to achieve the more rapid growth and better serve the needs of its citizens, its leaders must fully embrace the global economy and open further to foreign investment – eventually to Author: Richard E Feinberg.

“Prostitution and Sex Tourism in Cuba,” Cuba in Transition—Volume 11 (Washington: Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, ), pp. – A research paper prepared for ECPAT by Dr Julia O’Connell Davidson and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor of the Department of Sociology, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, September Author: Felipe Eduardo Sixto.

The year was a bumper year for the Caribbean tourist industry, with tourist arrivals increasing by %. In Cuba, the double-digit growth rates of the late s continued into the new decade with arrivals growing by %.

Cuba’s share of the Caribbean tourist market increased to %. All indications pointed to continued growth. Tourism in Cuba Riding the Wave Toward Sustainable Prosperity and most especially to the leading expert on the Cuban tourism industry, José Luis Perelló Cabrera, whose continual guidance and File Size: 1MB.

Economic aspects of tourism in Cuba CASE STUDY W According to Jayawardena () tourism developed in tourism industry in Cuba. this increase in visitors is the investment programme in the island’s 41 bed spaces which have virtually doubled since To achieve this, the Cuban File Size: 30KB.

Cuban's not the only billionaire who makes time for books. Take Bill Gates, who reads 50 books a year, or his friend Warren Buffett, who spends as much as 80 percent of his day reading.

The FITCuba International Tourism Fair is the Cuban tourist industry’s most important professional event. This year the 38th edition is being held during its usual date of Mayand its venue is the Cays to the North of Villa Clara, specifically in the recently inaugurated Sercotel Experience Cayo Santa María Hotel.

The Biggest Industries in Cuba The main sectors of the Cuban economy include energy production, agriculture, industry, service, and foreign investment, and trade. The country’s banking sector is not well developed, and millions of people cannot access credit facilities.