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Good. I hope others follow suit.
Local business will likely carry on in the same locations under the McDondalski trade name.
Don't think they will be missed .
Even Lee Anderson can cook better than McDonalds and far cheaper.
They are mostly Franchises anyway, they'll just be dropping "McDonalds" as a name.
They're apparently being rebranded as Burger Tsar.
They're not mostly franchises. The company actually owns 81% of the McDonalds restaurants in Russia.
SP, thanks, It seems I wrongly assumed that their usual franchise model was also prevalent in Russia.
// Don't think they will be missed //

Don't you? Regardless of what one thinks about their product it's one of the most well known brands in the world - this will be far more visible to ordinary Russians than any seizing of superyachts.

There are long queues outside McDonalds in Russia right now as people want to get one last Big Mac before their country loses another tie with the rest of the world.
I’m no lover oh McDonald’s food, but I would have one last milk shake .
Burger King aren't going anywhere

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-60789772
"There are long queues outside McDonalds in Russia right now "

Possibly. Haven't they all been closed for weeks?
// Possibly. Haven't they all been closed for weeks? //

Correct and I was wrong - the queues were for before they shut in March. I think my point still stands though about the popularity of this brand in Russia.

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