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Is Cuba a developed or a developing counrty?

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2010-10-20 07:29:35
2010-10-20 07:29:35

Some parts of cuba are devoloped but people came for big fancy jobs that pay alot but did not get one so had to stay there as they could not get home so had to live there life thet so some parts of cuba are developing

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