Import tax deadline has Cuba entrepreneurs on edge

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A shopper looks at a copy of a FC Barcelona soccer team shirt with the name of player Lionel Messi at an outdoor market where the government allows licensed vendors to sell their goods in downtown Havana, Cuba, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012. A jump in import taxes on Monday, Sept. 3 threatens to make life tougher for some of Cuba's new entrepreneurs who the government has been trying to encourage as it cuts a bloated workforce in the socialist economy. In Cuba, the average monthly wage is about $20. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)A sudden jump in import taxes on Monday threatens to make life tougher for some of Cuba's new entrepreneurs and will mean higher prices for many of their customers by raising the cost of goods ranging from jungle-print blouses to jewelry.

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