If you stay in Delhi and have a craving for a McDonald’s meal, you’ll possibly face a tough time because as many as 43 outlets of the fast-food chain are shutting down.
Yes, the infighting between Connaught Plaza Restaurants (CPRL) and McDonald’s took an ugly turn as a result of which the CPRL board decided to shut out the outlets.
CPRL is a 50:50 local joint venture between Vikram Bakshi and McDonald’s that operates the fast food chain in north and east India\.
“It’s unfortunate, but operation of 43 restaurants operated by CPRL has been temporarily suspended,” Vikram Bakshi, former managing director of CPRL, which operates 168 restaurants, told ET.
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