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CSPAN
Apr 10, 2017 2:37pm EDT
destinations. why? over the last 20 years major new destinations have opened up in china, in southeast asia, and africa. and as a result the tourist dollars a getting spread over a much wider array of countries, which means that the industry is really has to be competitive in order to survive and to actually prosper. cuba has more to be in this regard if it wants to upgrade its industries. one of the reasons is that if you talk to some taurus, one of the things that typically complain about our poor maintenance, the service quality, or the fact that the internet is virtually nonexistent or very expensive and awkward. these are things cuba is working on. we have some suggestions about this and we think part of the reason for these particular factors has to do with the nature of the organization of the industry and the incentives that the industry transmits to its workers and to its management. let me turn it over to richard at this point and he will talk a little bit about the organization of the industry, and its future that way. >> richard, thanks very much. so the industry in cuba of tour
CSPAN
Apr 19, 2017 6:05pm EDT
opened in china or southeast asia and as a result the tourist dollars are spread with a much wider array of countries which means the industry has to be competitive to survive and prosper. for one of the reasons one of the things day talk about is the service quality and lower it is nonexistent these things cuba is working on redo has some suggestions and part of the reason has to do with the nature of the organization and the incentive that it transmits to the workers now why will turnover to richard. >> the industry in cuba there are three main enterprises to of them are under the ministry of tourism but we also see that under the military we have the preferred name so of these three states only one is the military. of these 3140 percent is the terrorism -- tourism sector. you have heard it all goes to the cuban military is that with this graph jet says or is it illegal into gaviota which is the military on the? with uh a purely private sector care -- tourism people opening their homes remodeling the rooms so the travelers can stay at the bed and breakfasts that is another 25 percent o
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 10:22am EDT
tourism in cuba. the kaplan school of hospitality and tourism management as a school in china but we are familiar with their influence on hospitality and tourism through the world and we are very connected to chinese influence. there are few cultures more diametrically opposed than the chinese culture and cuban culture and you've got to wonder why do i think this has anything to do with cuba? it turns out that there is a school in havana and at one time they had approximately 150,000 chinese living in cuba. now it's down to a couple thousand and it doesn't have many chinos but it still exists. there is a great deal of cultural connection between the socialist regime in cuba and the socialist country of mainland china. so is china actually doing anything in cuba now? it turns out they are. they have president visited cuba, that's an important thing for the president of china to have visited their couple years ago, and the vice premier of china visited havana, threes chinese navy ships paid a visit to havana. this is not something they do all over the world. they have used chinese loan mon
CSPAN
Apr 18, 2017 12:55pm EDT
the last 20 years new destinations of opened up in china and southeast asia and africa and as a result, the tourist dollars are spread over a much wider array of countries which means the industry has to be competitive in order to support and prosper. cuba has more to do with it industries. one of the reasons is if you talk about tourists, poor maintenance, the service quality, the fact that the internet is non-expensive and awkward. these are things we are working on. part of the reason for these particular factors has to do with the nature of the organization of the industry and incentives the industry transmits to its workers and management. let me turn it over to richard who will talk about the organization of the industry and its future that way. >> thanks very much. the industry in cuba is dominated by state owned enterprises. many, three enterprises in the tourism sector, two of them are under the ministry of tourism. we also see under the military, we have the third state of enterprise. only one is the military. these three -- accounts for 40% of the rooms from the tourism sect
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)