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McDonalds intends to build a restaurant in Kemerovo
4.01.2013 15:45
McDonalds intends to build a restaurant in Kemerovo

The chain of hamburger fast food restaurants McDonald’s is going to take part in the auction to get a building plot for a restaurant in Kemerovo, reports RIA News referring to an official at the Kemerovo city administration.


The company is ready to invest 200 million Rubles in the restaurant  


Some other companies will bid at the auction, which will take place in 2013, added the official.


McDonald’s entered the Russian market in 1990. At the moment about 324 restaurants work in the country.


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Kemerovo    

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