Conflict Brews in Cuba Over Sales Ban of Imported Goods

The Cuban government appeared headed for its first serious clash with the island’s newly created “non-state” sector of small businesses over a prohibition on the sale of imported clothing and other goods.
The decree issued last week potentially affects some 20,000 small businesses and their employees who sell clothing, hardware and other goods brought in informally by travelers, some of whom visit the Caribbean island regularly carrying merchandise from the United States, Spain and …

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