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U.S. Lifts Import Limits on Cuban Rum and Cigars

The U.S. Departments of Treasury and Commerce have now lifted the import limit on Cuban alcohol and tobacco, which means products from Cuba are now subject to the same import duty as those form any other country, and can be brought back in larger quantities. Previously, visitors to Cuba have been allowed to bring back just $100 worth of Cuban alcohol and tobacco—considering that quality Cuban cigars a sold for a minimum of $25 each, the limit didn’t get you very far.
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