Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Odds and ends

  • From David Adams in the St. Petersburg Times, more speculation that Cuba may be preparing to reach agreements with foreign partners to develop golf course/real estate projects. Cuban law is an obstacle: by barring foreigners from owning real estate, it is hard to include housing and condominiums as part of a golf course development. A solution, Adams reports, may come by a Cuban decision to allow 75-year leases, the next best thing.

  • I missed this one from last week: El Nuevo Herald’s report on 14 foreign companies about to be booted from Cuba. English version here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love to go golfing in Cuba. Hope it goes through!