You can’t legally buy a Coke in Cuba. It wasn’t always that way. In 1906 Coca-Cola produced and sold their soft drink in Cuba.
When the Cuban Revolution occurred in the 1950s, Fidel Castro began seizing private assets in Cuba. Coca-Cola closed shop and went home.
Today, Cuba owes the Coca-Cola Company $27.53 million dollars for the urban commercial buildings Cuba usurped.
That’s only a drop in the bucket compared to the total amount certified by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission; Cuba owes United States companies $7 billion dollars in property claims.