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A plate displaying the name of privately owned restaurant La Moraleja in downtown Havana, July 11, 2013. More than 20 state restaurants in Cuba are about to become employee-run co-operatives as Raul Castro’s communist government continues its retreat from running just about everything on the Caribbean island. The restaurants will become co-operatives in October, with hundreds more likely to follow if the experiment succeeds. (Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail)
A plate displaying the name of privately owned restaurant La Moraleja in downtown Havana, July 11, 2013. More than 20 state restaurants in Cuba are about to become employee-run co-operatives as Raul Castro’s communist government continues its retreat from running just about everything on the Caribbean island. The restaurants will become co-operatives in October, with hundreds more likely to follow if the experiment succeeds. (Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail)

How many years will it take for Cuba to fully open its doors to business? Add to ...

How many years will it take for Cuba to fully open its doors to business?

15%

8
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Less than three years

 

25%

13
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3-5 years

 

44%

23
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5-10 years

 

15%

8
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It's never going to happen

 

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