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Blog: In coffee shop, Cuba

May 4

In coffee shop, Cuba

20+ pesos for ice tea

Do you know, that in 1993, during the period of economic austerity known as the Special Period, the US dollar was made legal tender to encourage hard currency to enter the economy. The dollar became the currency used to purchase some non-essential goods and services, such as cosmetics, and even non-staple kinds of food and drink. In 1994, the convertible peso was introduced at a par with the dollar. On November 8, 2004, the Cuban government withdrew the U.S. dollar from circulation, citing the need to retaliate against further U.S. sanctions.

Posted by andrew, May 4, 2010. Post has 0 comments.
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