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October 09, 2010
People queue at a state food outlet or 'bodega' on a street of Havana October 8, 2010. Cubans faced a...
Havana, Cuba
People queue at a state food outlet or 'bodega' on a street of Havana
People queue at a state food outlet or 'bodega' on a street of Havana October 8, 2010. Cubans faced a harsh new reality this week -- the dismissal slip -- as the government began slashing state payrolls in a cost-cutting move that has created job insecurity for the first time in years in the Communist-run country. It was the beginning of President Raul Castro's plan to cut 10 percent of the state's labor force, or about 500,000 workers, by April in the biggest reform since he succeeded older brother Fidel Castro in 2008. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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