COMMENT: Venezuela, Coca-Cola relations at Zero

By Chris Mercer | 15 June 2009

Many can smell more than a whiff of political posturing in Venezuela's decision to ban Coca-Cola Zero.

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Many can smell more than a whiff of political posturing in Venezuela's decision to ban Coca-Cola Zero.

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