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Wendy's Enters Russian Market
15.06.2011 13:10
 Wendy's Enters Russian Market

Wendy's, an international fast food chain, based in the U.S., opened its first restaurant in Moscow. 

      Wendy's restaurant was opened on June, 14 in Moscow's Capitol mall, near University metro station. 

      Project's investments amounted to 450 000 dollars. The Wenrus Restaurant Group plans to open six more restaurants this year. Other Wendy's restaurants will be opened on the Staryi Arbat street, in Mega mall (Teplyi Stan metro station). By 2012 year eight restaurants will be opened,  in ten years it is planed to open 180 restaurants in Russia.


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian market Russian catering Russian business   

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