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Cuba Eases Restrictions On New Cars Sales

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As part of market overhauls, President Raul Castro last week said Cuban drivers can for the first time in years buy and sell cars made after 1959. There are still plenty of restrictions. People buying imports have to pay a tax, and car imports are still limited to foreign residents and Cubans with government permission.
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