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In this July 3, 2014, photo, prices are display at a car dealership that sells used vehicles in Havana, Cuba. With just 50 vehicles rolling off the lots of state-run dealerships in the first six months since the passing of a new law that allows Cubans to buy vehicles from the government without a special permit, and with 400 percent markups on the price the vehicles, it's easy to see the policy as a failure. But analysts say it seems to be working exactly as designed: To sell as few cars as possible.
Franklin Reyes/AP Photo

Paltry car sales seen as sign of Cuba's priorities

It's not your typical used car lot.

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