Cuba: slow winds of change

Cuba: slow winds of change
By Euronews
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In this edition of Reporter, euronews travels to Cuba to talk to the people about the impact of reform on their lives.

We meet a mountain guide who practices his job illegally, as it is not on the government’s list of newly approved private entreprises.

In a country where the average monthly salary stands at 15 euros, most people turn to the black market to buy food and other basic goods.

Cuba’s move toward a free-market economy remains very limited and frought with obstacles. We talk to Maria who devotes her energy to defending human rights and especially the rights of workers who want to set up their own business and make a living.

Cuba from the inside, in this edition of Reporter.

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