Restaurants will be among the strongest performers in a U.S. franchising industry that overall is expected to see slightly lower rates of growth in sales, number of units and employees hired in 2013, according to new research. Quick-service and table-service restaurant systems with franchisees were included in the “Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2013” report released Thursday by the International Franchise Association Educational Foundation. RELATED • ...

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