CORRECTED - UPDATE1-Cuba gives green light to buying, selling cars

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* Change is part of President Castro's economic reforms * Most Cubans will not be able to import cars * Part of changes that diminish government controls (Corrects typo in Castro in the lede) Adds bylines, quotes) By Nelson Acosta and Jeff Franks HAVANA, Sept 28 (Reuters) - For the first time since the 1959 revolution, Cubans will have the right to buy and sell cars in a much-anticipated reform under President Raul Castro, another step toward greater economic freedom on the communist-led ...

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