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South-African restaurant net Nandos to enter Russian market
21.08.2012 14:08
South-African restaurant net Nandos to enter Russian market

Nando’s-branded South-African restaurant net will open its restaurant in Russia by 2014.


The brand Nando’s has been registered at the Federal Service for Intellectual Property, Rospatent, till 2022. According to the market participants, to enter Russian market the restaurant net should invest about $ 10 million.


The company is searching 20 premises in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the total demand for room is 3-4 thousand m2.


According to The Kommersant Nando’s used to try to enter Moscow market in 2007-2008, but had to put off its plans because of the crises.






Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow St. Petersburg Russian restaurants   

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