Kazakhstan in talks with McDonald's.

By bne IntelliNews March 20, 2013
Kazakhstan is in talks over McDonald's enter to the Kazakh market, President of the Eurasian Franchising Association, Beknur Kissikov has said. He added that the main reasons that McDonald's is still not in Kazakhstan is the small populations and large distances between the cities. He added that the company was not probably very interested in Central Asia yet. Kissikov also noted that franchising brands of Russian-origin are presently replacing American brands in Kazakhstan.

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