Cuba legalizes private-sector occupation of telecoms agent

Wednesday 27 November 2013 | 08:52 CET | News
The Cuban government has approved 10 new private-sector occupations. The newly-approved area of private-sector enterprise will allow Cubans to sell phone services to their neighbors. The resolution released by Cuba's Labor Ministry labels the newly legalized position as 'telecommunications agent'. Telecommunications agents will be able to promote and sell telecoms products and services supplied by state-owned operator Etecsa.

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Companies: Etecsa
Countries: Cuba
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