By Marc Frank HAVANA, June 28 (Reuters) - Cuba is pouring significant amounts of resources into passenger and freight transportation, but improvements will take time after years of neglect, the country's transportation minister said on Thursday. "Rehabilitating the transportation system has run up against the significant deterioration it suffered ... meaning that to make the best use of resources in the sector requires a gigantic organizational effort," Minister Jorge Luis Sierra told a ...
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