Cuba tourism industry was "dominated by large foreign corporations which took for granted billion-dollar profits," former Cuba Pres. Fidel Castro said in his article.
3/28/16, "Cuba’s Fidel Castro knocks sweet-talking Obama after ‘honey-coated’ visit," Reuters, Mark Frank, Havana
"Retired leader Fidel Castro accused U.S. President Barack Obama of
sweet-talking the Cuban people during his visit to the island last week
and ignoring the accomplishments of Communist rule, in an opinion piece
carried by all state-run media on Monday....
“One assumes that every one of us ran the risk of a heart
attack listening to these words,” Castro said in his column, dismissing
Obama’s comments as “honey-coated” and reminding Cubans of the many
U.S. efforts to overthrow and weaken the Communist government.
Castro, 89, laced his opinion piece with nationalist
sentiment and, bristling at Obama’s offer to help Cuba, said the country
was able to produce the food and material riches it needs with the
efforts of its people....
Castro also took aim at the tourism industry in Cuba, which has grown
further since Obama’s rapprochement with Raul Castro in December 2014.
He said it was dominated by large foreign corporations which took for granted billion-dollar profits." (end of article)