INTERNATIONAL REPORT Restaurant brands of all sizes turned Thursday into a charge abroad, with no fewer than four chains disclosing deals to open franchises in areas ranging from Brazil (KFC) to Poland (Starbucks). The Middle East proved a particularly popular target, with development pacts disclosed by Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and Burger King. The flurry of disclosures follow the announcement earlier this week that Papa John's intends to open 120 pizzerias a year in China for ...
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