Independent restaurants still account for a dominant portion of eating-out demand in Western Europe, particularly in Spain and Italy, making the region a historically weak area of development and growth when it comes to home-grown chains. In markets like the United Kingdom, where local chain players are highly relevant, they are often found in relatively unique segment categories, and many are not easily exportable. The classic example of this can be found in the U.K. pub category, where ...

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