In Cuba

Self-employed workers (known as trabajadores por cuenta propia or cuentapropistas in Spanish) make up 41% of the emerging non-state sector in Cuba. This Cuba market intelligence report offers facts and figures about this particular segment of workers, including the total amount, demographic characteristics and industries they work in. The analysis also covers the tax issues affecting cuentapropistas in Cuba, the restrictions that affect them, the publicity techniques they’re trialing, the credit available to them and other key statistics that give a direct sense of the impact that cuentapropistas are having on the Cuban economy.

Click here to access the full Cuba market research report on self-employed workers on the island and click here to view a range of other available reports with market intelligence about Cuba that focus on tourism, private enterprise, Cuban brands, legal concerns, logistics, transportation, energy and more.

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