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By Philip Fine   The soft drinks behemoth Coca-Cola is trying out a popular Brazilian drink on US consumers. Earlier this month, Coke began selling Kuat (pronounced "kwatch"), a guarana-flavoured drink, as a test marketing exercise in Texas, Florida and in parts of the US eastern seaboard's mid-Atlantic region.


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