The International Top 25 companies bested their North American counterparts in terms of year-over-year percentage growth in aggregate worldwide systemwide sales in 2012. But that same group was outgunned by a 4-to-1 ratio in aggregate sales volume compared with the 25 top-ranked U.S.- and Canada-based companies, led by McDonald’s Corp. As a group, the International Top 25 companies, with headquarters outside the U.S. or Canada, rang up 2012 calendar sales of $69.4 billion in ...

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