McDonald's (MCD) May Sell Southeast Asia Rights to Reza
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McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) is said to be in advanced talks to sell Southeast Asia franchise rights to a group of investors including Reza Group, according to Bloomberg, citing people with knowledge of the matter. The sale could fetch more than $400 million.
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