When I ordered my MacBook Pro (Retina Display late 2013) my order had said that the computer would come with an accessory kit but instead it came with a country kit. What is a country kit and why was the accessory kit exchanged with it?

Somehow when they were processing my order the accessory kit changed Into a country.

Contact the place where you purchased the MBP & ask them. 

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    Jon Bo wrote:
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