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Two customs officers speak in a Havana, Cuba, car lot. Cuba legalized the sale and purchase of automobiles for all citizens Wednesday. Under the law, buyers and sellers must each pay a 4 percent tax, and buyers must make a sworn declaration that the money used for the purchase was obtained legally. (Associated Press)

Two customs officers speak in a Havana, Cuba, car lot. Cuba legalized the sale and purchase of automobiles for all citizens Wednesday. Under the law, buyers and sellers must each pay a 4 percent tax, and buyers must make a sworn declaration that the money used for the purchase was obtained legally. (Associated Press)

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