Surplus of personnel in Cuba’s Agriculture hinders production
"There is an urgent need of increasing the food production and reduce importations; this scenario has triggered the solution of this old problem, a problem which causes bureaucracy, rises costs, halts productivity, creates disorders and prevents the worker to improve his income."
Twenty-six per cent of Cuban agriculture’s labor force is unproductive, a problem “that generates bureaucracy, affects costs, slows down productivity and prevents workers from improving their income.”
Cuba is currently embarked on a major effort to increase farm production and drop the import bill on food products, impossible to maintain at its current amount.
Agriculture on the island is working hard to diversify the branch and increase national products for the locals and for tourists as well.
Source: Havana Times.org