Havana, Cuba. – Alejandro Gil Fernandes, Deputy Prime Minister of Cuba, highlighted on his Twitter account the important role of self-employment, and said that the recent improvement could give the country’s economy more vitality, diversity and competitiveness.

In his message from the aforementioned social network, the Minister of Economy also emphasized that expanding forms of non-governmental administration is also contributing to the creation of new jobs in Cuba.

Improving and expanding self-employment, in addition to creating new job opportunities, will provide the economy with more vitality, diversity and competitiveness.

During the most recent cabinet, a new regulation for self-employment was approved, increasing the list of professions that can be practiced in the private sector in the country from 127 to 2100.