Customers are served at a private café in Havana. This week the Cuban government announced it has stopped issuing licenses for some of the more lucrative private businesses on the island, such as private restaurants and B&Bs.
Customers are served at a private café in Havana. This week the Cuban government announced it has stopped issuing licenses for some of the more lucrative private businesses on the island, such as private restaurants and B&Bs. Alejandro Ernesto EFE
Customers are served at a private café in Havana. This week the Cuban government announced it has stopped issuing licenses for some of the more lucrative private businesses on the island, such as private restaurants and B&Bs. Alejandro Ernesto EFE

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