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Even I was surprised. M&B Tokyo copied me on the backgrounder for two reasons. First, the consumer profile on these super-seniors indicates a great potential for health foods. That could indicates Nelson ABC foods, quite apart from other consumer products. Second, M&B Tokyo was approved by one of the big three Japanese cosmetics and body-care product makers. They've done a very successful launch of a new skin-care line for seniors in the home market. Now they want to do some test marketing here in the *US.

Which one is more commonly used, "in the US" or "in US"?

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Even I was surprised. M&B Tokyo copied me on the backgrounder for two reasons. First, the consumer profile on these super-seniors indicates a great potential for health foods. That could indicates Nelson ABC foods, quite apart from other consumer products. Second, M&B Tokyo was approved by one of the big three Japanese cosmetics and body-care product makers. They've done a very successful launch of a new skin-care line for seniors in the home market. Now they want to do some test marketing here in the *US.

Which one is more commonly used, "in the US" or "in US"?
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