RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tourism in Cuba is "hampered" due to the "chaotic management of the pandemic," the "poor economic strategies" and the deficient use of financial resources by the Cuban government, highlights a new Havana Consulting Group report.
Not even the over US$17 billion investment in the last 6 years has served to rescue the tourism sector, the Cuban economic analyst added in its statements.
The report forecasts a very bleak outlook for the Cuban tourism industry in 2021, down 85% in late July this year compared to the same period in 2020 and 95% compared to 2019 . . .