Franchise companies are announcing plans to open Latin American locations, and they mean more than just Mexico. While Mexico is still a strong market for franchises of many restaurant chains, franchisors are now announcing openings in other countries that show economic promise. Molly Harnischfeger, a director in the restaurant and foodservice practice at AlixPartners in New York City, said several factors make Latin America more attractive than ever to North American restaurant ...

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