Cuban consumers peruse the goods at a store in Cienfuegos. A new survey shows that Cubans’ income is higher than average state salaries would indicate.
Cuban consumers peruse the goods at a store in Cienfuegos. A new survey shows that Cubans’ income is higher than average state salaries would indicate. Mimi Whitefield mwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com
Cuban consumers peruse the goods at a store in Cienfuegos. A new survey shows that Cubans’ income is higher than average state salaries would indicate. Mimi Whitefield mwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com

Study: Cubans don’t make much, but it’s more than state salaries indicate

July 12, 2016 3:31 PM

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