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Burger King franchise chain to be floated on the stock exchange

The international fast-food chain, Burger King, is to be floated on the stock exchange over the next few weeks. According to a report in the German newspaper, the FAZ, the American company is intending to use the money obtained from this move to step up its battle for increased market shares against other burger brands such as McDonald's or Wendy's International. Burger King believes that both the system’s employees and franchisees shall profit from the business being quoted on the stock exchange.

Burger King has over 11,000 restaurants across the world. 91 percent of these are run by independent franchisees with many of the restaurants having been run by the same families for decades.


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