USA/ARGENTINA: McDonald's launches new currency marketing promotion
US burger behemoth McDonald's is to embark on a "currency marketing" strategy to attract customers to its 211 restaurant-strong fastfood chain in Argentina. The strategy will involve McDonald's launching a promotion to sell hamburgers, fries, drinks and desserts purchaseable with only one coin of the local currency - a move that will mean some products seeing discounts of up to 67%.
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