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You didn't mention anything about Mexican Coca-Cola made with real sugar, as opposed to the US version, made with high fructose corn syrup. Cuba and North Korea are the only places where Coca-Cola does not exist? Come on, they've heard of Coca-Cola in Cuba. The commies like Che Guevara drank Coca-Cola and there is an image of him consuming it. There are pictures of people in Cuba drinking Coca-Cola.[1] Some Norwegian tourist has pictures of it.

20:25, 28 January 2013 (EST)~

The Coca-Cola is imported from Panama and Mexico into Cuba, to get around importation restrictions on the semi-official ban on Coca-Cola, only permitted for foreigners and other such privileged commie people in Cuba, they have their own spinoffs of the beverage there.