This Cuba market research and intelligence report—part of a group that AMI is sharing to help guide companies looking at doing business and investing in Cuba—starts by examining the roots of franchising in Cuba’s special period that kicked off competition that helped achieve levels of efficiency. It looks at specific examples of a form of franchising with a cigar store brand and a missed opportunity with a restaurant brand, as well as a handful of foreign franchises and the regulatory framework they operate in. The report also details how a foreign franchise could establish itself in Cuba with the available options and explores the opportunities that exist for franchises in Cuba’s emerging private sector.
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