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Cuba moves towards ditching two-tier currency

HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba took the first step towards scrapping its two-tier currency on Tuesday in a move which could boost local workers' income and remove a major hurdle for importers and exporters. The government said it had approved a plan to gradually eliminate the dual monetary system which has been in place for the last two decades, part of reforms aimed at improving the Soviet-style economy's performance.
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