CARPINTERIA Calif. The first Carl’s Jr. restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, opened late last month, is the fifth of 25 units scheduled to be opened over the next six years in the Asia-Pacific region by Singapore-based franchisee Aspac F&B SDN.BHD. The expansion into Malaysia is part of an ongoing emphasis on international franchise development by Carl’s Jr.’s parent company CKE Restaurants Inc., based here. CKE operates or franchises the 1,101-unit Carl’s Jr. quick-service chain and ...
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