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Cuba to push through major market reforms

Cuban lawmakers are preparing to enact sweeping constitutional reforms that could represent a shift for the Communist nation to a stricter market economy. The reforms will legally recognise private property and encourage foreign investment. Meanwhile, the US still faces a backlash over proposed car tariffs, Japan's steelmaker Kobe Steel is indicted for faking data, and Google sister company Loon brings the internet to rural Kenya with balloons.