Cuba relaxes law on buying cars
Cubans are now able to buy modern cars freely for the first time since the revolution in 1959.
Previously, Cubans had to get a government permit to buy new vehicles. That requirement has now been abolished but only a minority will benefit.
The state has a monopoly on new car sales and is marking up prices by 400% or more, so few people can afford them.
Sarah Rainsford reports.
04 Jan 2014
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean