#1
I need a product that is sold in different forms in different countries to suit the needs of that country.

Examples:

- McDonalds offers foods with unique flavors in the Asian countries.
- Tide sells it's soap in bars in the phillipines because some areas there dont have washing machines.

I need 3 examples. Help?

Thanks pit
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"A royale with cheese. You know why?"
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Vehicles. Different models in different countries.

Like the Nova in Latin America, right?
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"You know what a quarter pounder with cheese is called in France?"
"No, what?"
"A royale with cheese. You know why?"
"Because they're on the metric system!"

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Mcdonalds sell "lamburgers" in India because hindu's can't eat meat


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Mcdonalds sell "lamburgers" in India because hindu's can't eat meat



its just beef they cant eat
#13
power cables. theres like 15 different kind of power sockets around the world its rediculous
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