ARLINGTON Va. —The rate of growth of new franchised restaurant concepts has slowed dramatically in the past year, the result of an anemic economy, the lending crisis and growing franchise opportunities in the health and fitness industry, a franchise research group reports. Though foodservice by sheer volume of active franchised brands remains the franchising industry’s most dominant sector when stacked up against eight other popularly ...
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