Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar is expanding in Mexico at a time when more restaurant chains are looking south of the border for international growth . Mexico offers growing restaurants several advantages, including its proximity to U.S. corporate headquarters. The nation also has a younger population, rising household incomes and a stable Gross National Product. Casual-dining chain Boston’s currently has four units in Mexico, 358 in Canada and 40 in the United States. ...
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