DALLAS McDonald’s and Burger King in their last completed fiscal years opened overseas, illustrating the importance of international expansion to maturing U.S.-based chains. —More than 90 percent of the net new restaurants added by But while plenty of off-shore development opportunities exist for ambitious U.S.-based brands, international expansion is not an easy road to follow, observed executives participating in the “Best Practices in ...

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