BOSTON John Chidsey, chief executive of Burger King Corp., told analysts at a CIBC World Markets conference here Wednesday that 80 percent of the Miami-based chain’s future growth would come from international expansion. Burger King’s worldwide net-growth goal is to add between 300 and 400 units annually, he said. He cited Europe, the Middle East and Latin America as today’s leading international markets, but predicted that Asia would surpass all other regions in the next few years. ...
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