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The advent of the internet in Cuba kick starts online start-ups

Internet access among Cuba’s 11.2 million people is growing. Between 2013 and 2015, the share of the Cuban population using the internet jumped from about a quarter to more than 35%.

This growing market has drawn the attention of internet giants, such as Airbnb, Netflix and Google.

This trend has also fuelled activity among local entrepreneurs, who have launched domestic versions of sites such as the crowd-sourced business directory Yelp.

Will Cuba’s internet revolution unleash economic growth?


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