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A customer picks a can of Coca-Cola Zero from a shelf in a supermarket in Caracas June 11, 2009. Coca-Cola pulled its no-calorie Coke Zero from shelves in Venezuela Thursday on Health Ministry orders, as the local bottler insisted it was safe to drink. The move took Zero, which has been sold in Venezuela for just a few months, out of all businesses nationwide, in this country led by leftist President Hugo Chavez, a staunch critic of the United States and market economics.   AFP PHOTO/Juan BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
A customer picks a can of Coca-Cola Zero from a shelf in a supermarket in Caracas June 11, 2009. Coca-Cola pulled its no-calorie Coke Zero from shelves in Venezuela Thursday on Health Ministry orders, as the local bottler insisted it was safe to drink. The move took Zero, which has been sold in Venezuela for just a few months, out of all businesses nationwide, in this country led by leftist President Hugo Chavez, a staunch critic of the United States and market economics.   AFP PHOTO/Juan BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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