Havana — Cash-strapped Cuba has published details for the first time of its foreign exchange earnings from services such as telecommunications, hotels, health and education assistance, in an apparent concession to creditors.

Service exports make up most of the communist-run country’s foreign exchange earnings. But for decades the Caribbean island nation has refused to publish details, despite requests by foreign governments and businesses.

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