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Answered 2007-11-25 14:47:19

Spain Mexico US Guatemala Honduras El Salvador Nicaragua Costa Rica Panama Colombia Venezuela Ecuador Bolivia Paraguay Uraguay Chile Peru Dominican Republic Cuba

Also Argentina, and Belize (although the official language is English there). I disagree with including the US, although there are parts of the US where Spanish speakers comprise a majority (Southern Florida, the Texas and Arizona borders...).

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