McDonald’s Corp., which entered Russia in 1990, will begin franchising in that market for the first time under a new deal with Rosinter, the country’s largest restaurant holding company, according to a report in Reuters. McDonald’s Russia reportedly still plans to open 40 to 45 company-owned restaurants per year in the country, but the deal with Rosinter would allow the quick-service chain to start expanding in nontraditional locations like airports and railway ...

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