OAK BROOK, Ill. McDonald’s Corp. plans to double the number of its restaurants in Poland, from 210 to 420, over the next decade, according to a company statement. McDonald’s Polska opened its first restaurant in the country in Warsaw in 1992. The burger chain expects to start offering breakfast there this year, complete with a wider range of coffees, and to introduce free Internet access in its restaurants.  American-owned quick-service competitors that also are growing in Poland, ...

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