The world’s largest fast food chain can withdraw its trademark from a country of 20 million people.
The American corporation McDonald’s wants to leave Kazakhstan due to problems with the supply of meat cutlets caused by the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine. On Wednesday, January 4, Bloomberg writes.
Journalists clarified that Kazakh companies are not subject to Western sanctions, but after McDonald’s leaves Russia, establishments in Kazakhstan will no longer be able to purchase meat cutlets from Russian suppliers.
“The disruptions caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have left the Central Asian country without a substitute for Russian meat supplies,” the report said.
Purchasing the necessary products from local or European suppliers proved uneconomical.
It should be remembered that McDonald’s fast food restaurant chain opened four restaurants in Lviv.
There are already 10 restaurants in Kyiv. At the same time, prices at McDonald’s have risen significantly.
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