CANTON Mass. Dunkin’ Donuts said on Friday it expects to open its first shop in Shanghai this spring, which will mark the chain’s debut in mainland China. Dunkin' Donuts said 100 shops over 10 years are planned for Shanghai and the Chinese provinces of Jiangsu and Zhijiang. The company recently granted franchise rights for those areas to Mercuries & Associates, which also is a franchise partner for Taiwan. Mercuries currently operates 10 Dunkin' Donuts units in Taiwan after opening ...
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