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Russian McDonald's Earns Much More than Gourmet Restaurants
15.07.2011 14:54
Russian McDonald's Earns Much More than Gourmet Restaurants

Russian subsidiary of American McDonald's earned more than 37 billion rubles in 2010. Their net profit amounted to 4,46 billion rubles.  

      In 2010, Russian restaurant market suffered from a high food inflation and utility rising costs. Prices increases affected most of all the gourmet restaurants and mainstream restaurants, while fast-food restaurants have benefited. For example, McDonald's regularly adjusts prices for the products, ahead food inflation, while the gourmet restaurants can't do the same.






Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian catering profit Russian business   

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