The locals booed in protest along the roadways when President George W.Bush’s motorcade passed them during his visit to five South American nations last month, illustrating the anti-American sentiment that has gripped much of the globe these days.But America’s $13 trillion economy and consumers who are not only fond of eating away from home but also eager to try something novel are inspiring a growing number of foreign restaurant concepts to put any bad feelings aside and stake a claim in ...
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