Goat Cheese and Big Macs

November 2012
Storyworks;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p25
The article focuses on the successful journey of McDonald's Corp., American fast-food restaurants in France. It reports that McDonald's is serving in more than 123 countries across the world with unique menus in different countries, but earns more in France with 1,200 openings. It informs that McDonald's is planning to open its totally vegetarian restaurants in India, where majority of people are vegetarian for some religious reasons.


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