More than 400 companies have withdrawn, at least temporarily, from Russia since it invaded Ukraine. Some have been there since the fall of communism — symbols of the enduring power of Western culture and commerce.
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“It’s a rather complicated sandwich.”
— A customer upon her first encounter with a Big Mac.
“Clothing is a necessity of life. The people of Russia have the same right to live as we do.”
— Uniqlo’s founder, before reversing course.
Product sources: mcdonalds.ru; ikea.ru; cocacola.ru; pepsi.ru; Reynolds Innovations Inc.; ru.levi.com; uniqlo.com; dior.com; ferrari.com; pizzahut.ru; dhl.com; apple.ru; ford.com; bp.com; burgerking.ru; americanexpress.com; adidas.ru; harley-davidson.com; kfc.ru; louisvuitton.com; bulgari.com; dunkindonuts.com; delta.com; Andia/Universal Images Group, via Getty Images; cocacola.ru; littlecaesars.com; chanel.com; starbucks.com; skittles.com; dove.com; rsb.ru; playstation.ru; mms.com.
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