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CUBA-REFORM/TAXES
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October 25, 2010
An electrician repairs a television set in his workshop at his home in Havana October 25, 2010. Cuba...
Havana, Cuba
An electrician repairs a television set in his workshop at his home in Havana
An electrician repairs a television set in his workshop at his home in Havana October 25, 2010. Cuba has set income tax rates at 25 to 50 percent for its soon to be expanded private sector, with the biggest earners paying the most taxes, according to official decrees published on Monday. The cash-strapped government is looking to the self-employed to increase tax revenues to help pay for expensive social programs such as free health care and education. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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