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Cuba sees tourism dropping 8.5% due to Trump travel restrictions

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Tourism to Cuba will likely drop 8.5% this year in the wake of tighter U.S. restrictions on travel to the Caribbean island, the government said on Thursday, and the decline in arrivals will further hurt Cuba's already ailing centrally planned economy.
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