Our hotels are owned by us. I will go to Cuba when we can own our hotels and hire our employees. Today we cannot do that. I will not go to Cuba until it's a free country. There are many places to invest outside of Cuba. I prefer to invest in the Dominican Republic, where you can see immediate results, alongside Mexico, Jamaica and Aruba.-- Pablo Piñero, president of the Spanish hotel and tourism conglomerate Grupo Piñero, Diario de Mallorca, 1/21/16
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