Castro's "Black Hole" Ate the Imports Too

Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Cuba's Economy and Planning Ministry disclosed today that the island's 2009 imports will plummet 22.2 percent, or some $3.4 billion, compared with an increase of nearly $1 billion that had been projected earlier in the year, according to a report seen by Reuters.

The Castro regime claims that this drastic, negative revision is due to the international financial crisis. However, the Cuban authorities -- along with practically every other person in the world -- had been well aware of the international crisis since the beginning of the year.

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