Companies looking to invest in Cuba need to familiarize themselves with Cuba’s commercial laws and legal system. This market intelligence report begins by covering the purpose of foreign investment as defined by Cuban legislation, particularly the 2014 foreign investment law in Cuba that covers salaries for workers and indirect hiring provisions. The report also covers the percentages of worker salaries retained by the Cuban government as per the 1995 law and how these change in the recently established Mariel Special Development Zone pursuant to the 2014 Foreign Investment Law. This legal market research report also details how Cuban commercial law applies to opening offices, landownership in Cuba, corporations and associations agreements and more.
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