Burger King Worldwide has entered into a joint venture with Alsea S.A.B. de C.V., its largest Mexican franchisee, with the goal of expanding the brand in Mexico. Per the agreement, Alsea will acquire 97 company-owned Burger King locations in the country and will receive exclusive development rights in Mexico during the next 20 years. The joint venture will bring Alsea’s total number of Burger King restaurants to 203. According to a statement by Burger King, there are 409 ...
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