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Cuba. Chris Young. Major Cities. Capital Havana Other Major Cities Santiago de Cuba Camagüey Holguín Santa Clara. Population. 11,477,459 people Pop. Density: 265/sq mi Growth Rate: 0.217%. Currency. Cuban Peso Cuban Convertible Peso Where to Shop. GDP. $111.1 billion

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chris young

Cuba

Chris Young

major cities
Major Cities
  • Capital
    • Havana
  • Other Major Cities
    • Santiago de Cuba
    • Camagüey
    • Holguín
    • Santa Clara
population
Population
  • 11,477,459 people
  • Pop. Density: 265/sq mi
  • Growth Rate: 0.217%
currency
Currency
  • Cuban Peso
  • Cuban Convertible Peso
  • Where to Shop
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GDP
  • $111.1 billion
  • Major Imports
  • Major Exports
employment
Employment
  • Minimum Wage
  • Unemployment Rate: 1.7%
  • Benefits
social info
Social Info
  • Crime rate
  • Types of crimes
    • Human trafficking
    • Drug trafficking
traveling info
Traveling Info
  • Restrictions
  • Customs Regulations
  • Safety Issues
government
Government
  • Communistic
    • President: Raúl
    • First Vice President: J. R. M. Ventura
    • First Secretary of PCC: Fidel Castro
business etiquette
Business Etiquette
  • Negotiating
    • Cubans value relationship building and harmony
    • Decisions are made from the top down
  • Making Appointments
    • Emphasis on Relationships
    • Schedules not followed
    • Being late is acceptable
business etiquette1
Business Etiquette
  • Gifts
    • Not at first meeting
    • Should be very modest
  • How to address others
    • Man-Man
    • Woman-Woman
    • Man-Woman
business etiquette2
Business Etiquette
  • Appropriate public behavior
    • Should not excessively drink
    • Must have permission to take pictures of others
    • Should not litter or spit
  • Appropriate business dress
    • Dress is quite informal
current news
Current News
  • Launching a online encyclopedia
    • Pro-Democracy
    • Calls the US “empire of our time”
    • My Thoughts
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Comparison to the US
  • Would I travel there?
sources
Sources
  • "Cuba." The CIA World Factbook. Central Inteligence Agency, n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2010. <https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/cu.html>.
  • "Cuba." Culture Crossing. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2010. <http://www.culturecrossing.net/ basics_business_student_details.php?Id=22&CID=53>. “
  • Cuba." Wikipedia. Wekimedia Foundation, 5 Dec. 2010. Web. 15 Dec. 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Cuba>. “
  • Cuba - Labor ." Encyclopedia of the Nations. Advameg, Inc. , n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2010. <http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Americas/Cuba-LABOR.html>.