The Ministry also announced changes to the exemption on government bonds.
The Press Release may be accessed here and below
Please find the Council on Ethics’ recommendations here:
--Africa Israel Investments and Danya Cebus
The proceedings of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy’s 23rd Annual Meeting entitled “Reforming Cuba?” (August 1–3, 2013) is now available. The presentations have now been published by ASCE HERE.
For the 2013 ASCE program, click here »
The proceedings papers are listed below with links to their sources in the ASCE Web Site.
This three-day conference will controversially discuss the concept of "regime collisions." The concept is used to describe the fact that fragmentation into an increasing number of international regimes with overlapping areas of competence can lead to contradictory decisions or mutual obstruction. The first phase of the conference will critically examine the phenomenon of regime collisions from a theoretical perspective. Is this a merely technical conflict of norms, or a competition of societal interest groups for specific goods? Is it best described as a problem of hegemony, as assemblage, as a cloak for North-South conflict? The second phase will look more closely at possible solutions to this phenomenon. Can there be a "meta-collision law", or no? What could be other ways to integrate colliding regimes with one another? How can private regimes be included in such solutions? The third phase will look at case studies to discuss the impact of the different theoretical and practical approaches in different fields.