Well, non of them have the same history as Cuba (maybe Puerto Rico, and look at it). None of them have had a 50+ years embargo. The only She Believed She Could Change The World So She Became An Emt T shirt I could think of that has received some of the same treatment is Haiti ( and the latter has been struggling longer)It’s kind of tough to compare Cuba to pretty much any other country on the planet.Their managed economy is, as one would expect, shit. Plain and simple, it’s trash, and would be trash even without the embargo. On the other hand, because of the embargo, it’s VERY difficult for Cuba to move away to an open economy, since the most likely result would be people switching over to cash crops like tobacco, and then suddenly there are food shortages (which is currently happening anyway, but it’d be 100x worse if there was nothing compelling people to grow food instead of cash crops).Politically, Cuba is a failed state. There’s only one party, and you have to toe the party line to get anywhere in the party. If you’re not a communist, your voice goes unheard, plain and simple. If you try to make someone hear you, you will be arrested and put in prison.That being said though,the poorest Cuban has food (usually, there are shortages currently), shelter, access to healthcare, and access to education. You can’t even say that about the USA, let alone pretty much any other Caribbean nation.It’s sad that the ones suffering are caught between a power struggle of ideologies. At the end people want safety and fulfillment.
She Believed She Could Change The World So She Became An Emt T shirt, Hoodie, Sweater, Ladie Tee, Vneck, Bellaflowy, Kids Shirt, Unisex and Tank Top, T-shirt
Best She Believed She Could Change The World So She Became An Emt T shirt
I had friends (foreigners living in Cuba) who had 2 maids, one was an economist and the other a She Believed She Could Change The World So She Became An Emt T shirt . However, they preferred working as maids to foreigners as their salary was way higher with them. So yeah, they had access to education, but not sure if it helped much.That’s really the big question. What happens if Cuba has a free and fair and open election, and the Cubans elect some socialists? Does America come along and overthrow the government? Does America put the embargo in place again to punish Cubans for not opting for capitalism? If so, they’d probably slip to central American standards. If not, they’d probably rise to at least Costa Rica standards, if not higher (after all, Cubans are fairly well educated, and Cuba is right next to Florida, so their economic market opportunities would be colossal).Anyone working in the service industry dealing with non-Cubans basically lives like a king.Cuban minimum salary is $17/mo, and maximum salary (surgeons) is $44/mo. Economists and lawyers would typically get about $35/mo.Even if you could get away with paying your maids $17/mo, you’d probably feel bad doing so, wouldn’t you? You’d probably be paying them a couple hundred a month, making them earn multiple times what a surgeon does.