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NOVOSIBIRSK, September 17. /TASS/. The world’s biggest fast-food chain McDonald's plans to expand its business in Russia’s Siberia to 70-100 restaurants within 10 years, Russia CEO Hamzat Hasbulatov said on Thursday.
"Within the next 3-4 years we’ll have several dozens of new restaurants here in Siberia. So I think we can speak about bringing the number (of restaurants — TASS) in Siberian regions to 70-100 in a 10-year period," he said.
Implementation of this plan will depend on the company’s partner Kuzbass-based GiD, which will be developing the chain in the region under franchise agreement.
Currently, there are 6 McDonald's restaurants in Novosibirsk and 4 — in Omsk.