Playing ketchup

9 August 2017 By Alec Macfarlane

The burger chain will nearly double its mainland presence in five years, aided by new partners CITIC and Carlyle. McDonald’s is considerably smaller than market leader Yum. So breakneck growth makes sense – provided it can avoid slip-ups on food safety and quality control.

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