SHANGHAI McDonald's opened its first Hamburger University in mainland China, where the company expects to train an estimated 5,000 managers over the next five years as part of aggressive growth plans for the Chinese market. Tim Fenton, president of McDonald’s Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa division, said the company plans to open as many as 175 McDonald’s units this year in China, where it already has 1,146 stores. Since McDonald's opened its first location in Shenzhen, China, in 1990, ...
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