This week, The Economist's Intelligence Unit analyzed the Castro regime's imprisonment of Canadian businessman Cy Tokmakjian.
Here's it's simple -- and straightforward -- conclusion:
The event underlines our forecast scenario that concentration of power in the one-party system, which leads to unpredictable and sudden policy changes or decisions and to a de facto limited autonomy of the judiciary, will remain one of the major drawbacks in Cuba's business environment.
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