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November 14, 2009

Cuba: An article in Section A on May 8, 2008, about Cuba's dual currency system said the nation's convertible peso had been introduced four years earlier. The currency began circulating in 1994, mainly for government purposes, and was issued for wider distribution years later. The article also reported that a Cuban identified as Rosa watched the country's three state-run television channels. Cuba has five state-run television channels.

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