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Cuba's new luxury hotels look to lure waves of US tourists

Real estate redevelopment in the communist country heats up as Havana's relations with Washington grow warmer
Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 05:50


IN Havana's Parque Central, shady stone benches and graceful palm trees beckon to mojito-sipping tourists and locals gathering to shoot the breeze. The gathering spot, in the centre of town, is surrounded by horse-drawn carriages and long lines of colourful finned-and-chromed 1950s

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