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January 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Soviet Union, while continuing to meet Cuba's critical demand for oil, has sharply reduced its overall trade subsidy and is withdrawing up to 2,000 technicians--two-thirds the total of a year ago--according to Soviet and Western diplomats. Soviet Ambassador Yuri Petrov said 1,000 Soviet technicians have left Cuba in the last year and indicated that nearly as many may depart in the near future. The drawdown, set in motion shortly after Soviet President Mikhail S.
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January 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Soviet Union, while continuing to meet Cuba's critical demand for oil, has sharply reduced its overall trade subsidy and is withdrawing up to 2,000 technicians--two-thirds the total of a year ago--according to Soviet and Western diplomats. Soviet Ambassador Yuri Petrov said 1,000 Soviet technicians have left Cuba in the last year and indicated that nearly as many may depart in the near future. The drawdown, set in motion shortly after Soviet President Mikhail S.
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