IHOP is moving into the Asia Pacific region for the first time with a franchise agreement that will bring the brand to the Philippines and opens the door to neighboring countries, parent company DineEquity Inc. said Wednesday. The company has signed a franchise agreement with InterDine Corp., which plans to open 20 IHOP restaurants in the Philippines over five years. The first is scheduled to open later this month in Global City, Taguig, a lifestyle, retail and dining hub in Metro ...
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