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Number of computers in Cuba skyrockets in 2012

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No doubt thanks to the magnanimous and brilliant reforms of benevolent Cuban dictator Raul Castro, it appears that the number of computers in Cuba has skyrocketed in 2012.

According to a report in El Universal quoting official statistics released by the Castro regime, in 2011, there were only 70 computers for every 1,000 Cubans. However, in 2012, that number catapulted to a whopping 74 computers for every 1,000 citizens.

Clearly this is yet another amazing achievement of the Castro revolution.

Read the article (in Spanish) HERE.

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