Post-Castro and Pre-Trump: The Economic Outlook for Cuba

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Flowers placed by members of Mexico's communist party lay on an image of late Cuban President Fidel Castro, outside the Cuban embassy in Mexico City, late Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016.

José Fernandez, co-chair of Gibson Dunn’s Latin America Practice Group and former Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs, discusses the difficulty facing Cuba’s economic future as the country’s leadership seeks to maintain power while liberalizing the economy, in hopes of improving the quality of life for Cubans.