Wingstop Restaurants Inc. has been expanding both in the United States and abroad, opening its first restaurant in Southeast Asia, in Singapore, in December. The 622-unit quick-service operator will soon announce agreements for Indonesia and The Philippines, said Charlie Morrison, president and chief executive of Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop. The brand opened its first international restaurant in Mexico in 2011, and it now has 20 units there. Wingstop also has two units in Russia, in ...

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