Burger King Worldwide has entered into a joint-venture agreement to develop its restaurant system in France, shortly after announcing a separate joint-venture deal to enter India. The Miami-based quick-service company reached an agreement with Groupe Olivier Bertrand, a multiconcept operator with about 250 restaurants in France, and French private-equity firm Naxicap Partners, which will have a minority stake in the venture. As with Burger King’s previous deal in India, the joint ...
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