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Coca-Cola Returning To Myanmar; Now It Sells In All But 2 Nations

The Coca-Cola logo on a 24-ounce bottle.
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The recent steps toward democracy and respect for human rights in Myanmar (also known as Burma) have led Coca-Cola to announce that it's going to start doing business there again, after a 60-year break.

According to the company, that leaves just two countries where it doesn't do business.

Without cheating, can you name them?

-- Country 1.

-- Country 2.

This news has put a song in our heads. Some of you might remember this classic Coke commercial.

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