HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam -- It was a marketing coup. Just hours after President Clinton's Feb. 4 announcement of the lifting of the U.S. trade embargo on Vietnam, the switch was flicked on the bottling conveyor belt at International Beverage Co. here, and Pepsi Cola was hitting the streets by late afternoon. Coca-Cola's biggest rival stole the limelight, cashing in on the fact that local and international press alike were combing the streets looking for the perfect angle to the "embargo" ...

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