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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


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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