The closure of three McDonald’s restaurants in Crimea Friday further highlighted uncertainty about a possible trade rift between the United States and Russia that has been brewing since the latter’s standoff with Ukraine. Restaurant executives in the United States have been monitoring their interests in Russia and Ukraine amid those tensions since February, when protests in Kiev led to the ouster of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and ultimately to Russia annexing Crimea ...

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