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Posted November 14, 2004 by Dana Garrett in Castro's Cuba

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Cuba’s most important thermoelectrical plant, which suffered a severe mechanical problem that led to frequent blackouts this summer, is operational again, authorities said Thursday.

The state has ‘‘normalized productive activity and service’’ at the Antonio Guiteras plant in the Matanzas province east of Havana, according to a message from the state electric company printed in Thursday’s edition of the Communist Party daily newspaper, Granma.

Nonetheless, complete recovery will take several months, the message said, and Cubans were urged to continue following energy-saving measures.


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