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“I’ve never wanted to do a restaurant in my own house,” said Tomas Erasmo Hernandez, owner of Mama Ines, a private restaurant in Old Havana. “Because in my house it would throw everything out of whack. I couldn’t be with my family. You lose privacy.” Now he doesn’t have to, thanks to market-oriented reforms. (Associated Press)

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