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PUERTORICO-ECONOMY/LOTTERY
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August 07, 2012 
An IVU Loto receipt is seen next to a cup of coffee at a coffee shop in San Juan, July 31, 2012. Urgently... 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 
An IVU loto receipt in a coffee shop where it automatically makes the customer participates of a special... 
An IVU Loto receipt is seen next to a cup of coffee at a coffee shop in San Juan, July 31, 2012. Urgently looking to boost revenue after six years of recession, government officials hope the island's sales-and-use tax lottery -- or IVU (impuesto sobre ventas y uso) Loto, as it is called in Spanish -- will jump-start collection of sales taxes, which came in below expectations in the fiscal year ended in June. The IVU Loto automatically enters shoppers in twice weekly cash draws for as much as $25,000, as well as car raffles, and is just a single prong of a government campaign to get more revenue from Puerto Rico's 7 percent sales-and-use tax. Picture taken July 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ana Martinez (PUERTO RICO - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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