Cuba – The Communist Island Has Opened Its First Luxury Shopping Mall Since The 1959 Revolution

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The expensive Western consumer goods on display do not provide an image normally associated with Cuba. However they are on sale in the heart of old Havana: the communist island has opened its first luxury shopping mall since the 1959 revolution. One pair of fashion trainers had a price tag of $268 US; to buy them…


 
 


 
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