HAVANA TIMES, August 25 — The Cuban government has decided to eliminate the monthly quota of cigarettes distributed through the nationwide basic products rationing system. The smokes were available way below cost on the same list as subsidized food and hygiene products, reported IPS on Wednesday. The move is part of the policy of President Raul Castro to reduce government spending.
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