JAPAN: McDonald's slashes proposed restaurant openings
Burger behemoth McDonald's has admitted it will have to significantly reduce its proposed restaurant openings in Japan this year. A spokesman from the Japanese arm of the US company told Dow Jones yesterday [Tuesday] that the slash in new stores was largely because of the large-scale reorganisations currently occurring in the Japanese retail sector.
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