People look at used cars for sale at the government owned dealership in Havana January 3, 2014. Cubans awoke on Friday with the right to buy new and used vehicles from the state without special ... more 
People look at used cars for sale at the government owned dealership in Havana January 3, 2014. Cubans awoke on Friday with the right to buy new and used vehicles from the state without special permission for the first time in half a century, but mark ups of 400 percent or more quickly dashed most people's expectations. At the state-run Peugeot dealership in Havana Friday morning, where prices ranged from $91,000 for a 2013 model 206 to $262,000 for a 508, people looked at prices and walked away shaking their heads in disgust. REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa (Cuba - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT) less 
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Fri, Jan 3, 2014 3:28 PM EST