DIARIO LAS AMERICAS

Cuba postpones debt payments (Spanish)

 

DIARIO LAS AMERICAS

Cuando la falta de liquidez obliga al gobierno a posponer el pago de sus deudas a corto plazo, Cuba no puede darse esta vez el lujo de importar el 80 por ciento de los alimentos que consume, como lo hizo el pasado año.
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