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Entrepreneurs in Cuba

Cubans hope that the next Communist Party Congress on 27 December, 2014, which is its first congress in 14 years, will readjust the actual economic situation.

Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A self-employed Cuban man selling DVDs waits for customers on April 15, 2011 in Caimito, Mayabeque province, Cuba. Cubans hope that the next Communist Party Congress readjust the actual economic situation. Cuba's Communist Party meets Saturday in its first congress in 14 years to adopt long-awaited economic reforms and launch new leadership as revolutionary icon Fidel Castro formally leaves its helm. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A self-employed Cuban woman sells food at a stall placed in the doorway of her home, on April 15, 2011 in Caimito, Mayabeque province, Cuba. Cubans hope that the next Communist Party Congress readjust the actual economic situation. Cuba's Communist Party meets Saturday in its first congress in 14 years to adopt long-awaited economic reforms and launch new leadership as revolutionary icon Fidel Castro formally leaves its helm. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
Cuban Enrique Nunez, the owner of private restaurant La Guarida, speaks with customers, in Havana, on December 21, 2014. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A customer has a drink at a private restaurant in Havana, on December 21, 2014. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A Cuban couple eats at a private restaurant in Havana, on December 21, 2014. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A Cuban watches the merchandise for sale at a private-owned shop, on April 15, 2011 in Caimito, Mayabeque province, Cuba. Cubans hope that the next Communist Party Congress readjust the actual economic situation. Cuba's Communist Party meets Saturday in its first congress in 14 years to adopt long-awaited economic reforms and launch new leadership as revolutionary icon Fidel Castro formally leaves its helm. (AFP/Getty Images)
Entrepreneurs in Cuba
A self-employed Cuban woman arranges candy containers, on April 15, 2011 in Caimito, Mayabeque province, Cuba. Cubans hope that the next Communist Party Congress readjust the actual economic situation. Cuba's Communist Party meets Saturday in its first congress in 14 years to adopt long-awaited economic reforms and launch new leadership as revolutionary icon Fidel Castro formally leaves its helm. (AFP/Getty Images)