Where are Cubans going to get $40,000 to buy a Toyota Corolla when they only make $20.00 a month?
Is the Cuban government going to rely on sales to Miami's cocaine cowboys when they visit Havana?
I have read dozens of articles in the Internet with Cuban's on the street grumbling that the sale prices of automobiles, which are tightly controlled by the government, are an insult to the people's intelligence. The average Cuban does not have $40,000 U.S. dollars or even 40,000 Cuban pesos in their bank accounts.
In this case, Raul Castro's government is totally divorced from reality. El Bizneo should not be part of Cuban socialism.