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Cuba’s government admits to ‘errors’ in economic reforms |

President Raul Castro ushered in seven years ago to revamp the island’s Soviet-style economy, the State-run Granma newspaper said Tuesday.

The critique was delivered at a two-day meeting of the Cuban Communist Party’s Central Committee presided by Castro, who steps down as president next month after ten years in office.

Granma said Marino Murillo, the coordinator of the effort, told the committee the pace of reforms has slowed in part because of the complexity of the issues involved, but also due to “errors in planning and control”.

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