Cuban foreign exchange reserves have fallen, state says

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Cuba’s foreign exchange reserves have fallen sharply in recent years, according to figures published on the government’s Cubadebate news site. The disclosure, in a piece published in early January, is considered highly unusual by observers.

In the third part of the article, published on January 6, former economy minister José Luis Rodríguez said: “Regarding the international reserves, we estimate a reduction of $2,550 million over two years.” In an earlier segment, published on January 4

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