January 17, 2014
Cuba has relaxed restrictions on the sale of imported cars, but ordinary citizens cannot afford them. In a dusty Havana parking lot, a group of Cubans examine the prices of the modern cars they can now buy from the state for the first time: $263,000 for a 2013 Peugeot saloon that retails in Europe for $30,000, or $20,000 for a 2002 Fiat Uno with over 100,000km on the clock.
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