U.S. restaurant brands this week announced new development agreements in Southeast Asia, once again highlighting the region’s strength as a growing market for American-based brands. Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. said Thursday it plans to add 100 new units in Indonesia over the next three years and 100 new locations in the Philippines over the next four years. Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop Restaurants Inc. said Wednesday it would make its first foray into the region with a ...
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