When the Obama family visited Cuba they ate at the San Cristóbal paladar (private restaurant). Under new regulations, there can be only one licensed restaurant, bar or cafeteria per address — not all three. Private entrepreneurs say the rule will prevent their businesses from growing.
When the Obama family visited Cuba they ate at the San Cristóbal paladar (private restaurant). Under new regulations, there can be only one licensed restaurant, bar or cafeteria per address — not all three. Private entrepreneurs say the rule will prevent their businesses from growing. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
When the Obama family visited Cuba they ate at the San Cristóbal paladar (private restaurant). Under new regulations, there can be only one licensed restaurant, bar or cafeteria per address — not all three. Private entrepreneurs say the rule will prevent their businesses from growing. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

New Cuba regulations for private enterprise on the island have a long list of don’ts

August 02, 2018 08:00 AM