There needs to be a profound change in the government, but also in mentality. I would love to participate in the future development of Cuba, but it was like a bucket of cold water when we met with our [Cuban government] counterparts. It's a huge struggle to determine what they will allow.-- Jorge Perez, Chairman and CEO of Related Group of Florida, on the challenges facing political and economic development in Cuba, Concordia Summit at Miami-Dade College (MDC), El Nuevo Herald, 5/12/16
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