The first Carl’s Jr. location in Turkey opened Tuesday in an Istanbul shopping mall, adding another nation to the chain’s growing international portfolio. The location in Istanbul is the first of 25 in Turkey planned by local franchisee FET Restoran Isletmeleri A.S. over the next six years, Carl’s Jr. parent company CKE Restaurants Inc. said in a statement. The move into Turkey is part of an ongoing strategy by Carpinteria, Calif.-based CKE to double the international ...

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