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The dramatic reality of Cuban communism: sugar shortages erupted, and 300,000 people fled the country in 14 months

The communist regime of Miguel Díaz-Canel is facing increasing difficulties in containing the collapse of the economic system that the country has been experiencing since 2020.

State-owned and collectivized sugar production were completely depleted of inputs in 2022, and the worst harvest in the last 100 years was recorded.

A country historically characterized by its abundant sugar, with the socialist system finds the most dramatic shortage in decades and . . .

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