Johnny Rockets is rapidly expanding its overseas footprint by moving into a handful of new countries this year, including the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Nigeria, Russia, Brazil, Pakistan and Morocco. Including expanded agreements with some existing franchisees, the Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based burger chain has 180 restaurants under development internationally, more than doubling the 68 restaurants it currently operates overseas in 16 countries, John Fuller, Johnny Rockets’ chief ...

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