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VietNamNet Bridge – It is 7 p.m., on a Saturday in Vung Tau City, and it’s raining cats and dogs. The streets are soaked in water, and rains are slapping on our faces.
McDonald’s to open third restaurant in HCMC
McDonald’s, the world’s largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants, plans to open its third restaurant in Phu Lam area, west of HCM City, following the successful operation of the other two in the city.
Fast food giants join battle for retail premises
VietNamNet Bridge – The recent arrival of a horde of international fast food giants to the Vietnamese market has triggered a stiff battle for retail premises in the nation’s major metropolises.
Farmers don’t benefit from global fast food chains
VietNamNet Bridge – The global fast food chains in Vietnam do not intend to use the local materials.
Vietnamese fast food globalization dream turns far away
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese once hoped to establish Vietnamese-style fast food chains powerful enough to compete with McDonald’s or KFC. However, the dream seems to be too fabulous.
Business chains booming in Vietnam
The biggest benefit of the business type is that the owners can make money from both the daily business and from the brand franchising. The market witnesses the high annual 20-30 percent growth rate.
McDonald’s tries to conquer Vietnam with skimming strategy
VietNamNet Bridge – McDonald’s is wise enough to separate itself from the crowd by deciding not to set up its first shop in the downtown like other fast food brands.
Foreign food chains to cast local brands out of home market?
VietNamNet Bridge – Most of the biggest brands in the world have been present or heading towards Vietnam, which is believed to dislodge Vietnamese brands out of the market.
McDonald's to open first restaurant in Saigon in early 2014
VietNamNet Bridge - The first store of McDonald's in Vietnam is located at the Dien Bien Phu - Nguyen Binh Khiem rotation, District 1, the gateway to the East of HCM City.
McDonald’s wages retail premises war in Vietnam
VietNamNet Bridge – Though having not officially set its foot in the Vietnamese market, the US giant McDonald’s still can make the Vietnamese fast food market seething.
Half of Americans eat fast food weekly despite health concerns
Almost half of Americans say they eat fast food at least weekly, although more than seven in ten Americans think fast food not good, according to a Gallup poll released on Tuesday.
McDonald’s – the late bird won’t catch the worm?
VietNamNet Bridge – McDonald’s plans to set up its first shop in Vietnam in early 2014. If so, the US giant is slower paced than many other rivals in the market.
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Too much salt in diet causes disease and ill health
VietNamNet Bridge – The number of adults suffering from high blood pressure is increasing rapidly because people are eating too much salt, said Dr Phan Bich Nga from the National Institute of Nutrition.
McDonald’s is coming to Vietnam
VietNamNet Bridge – McDonald’s plans to open restaurants in Vietnam, with the first to open in Ho Chi Minh City "in the next two years".
Starbucks makes noisy debut, Trung Nguyen gets boisterous, Highlands keeps quiet
Curiosity has been raised when Highlands Coffee still keeps quiet, while the US Starbucks has entered Vietnam with noisy media campaigns and Trung Nguyen has triggered a war of words with the US giant.
Fast food chains hunt for retail premises, real estate market warms up
Analysts, while forecasting the arrival of many foreign fast food chains in Vietnam, believe that the real estate market would warm up in the war among the chains for retail premises.
Fast food market: bigger burgers to clamp smaller ones
How will the fast food market will be after McDonald’s makes its presence in Vietnam?
After Starbucks, McDonald’s will come
High ranking executives of the US McDonald’s came to Vietnam in 2012, a signal showing that the giant was eyeing the Vietnamese market.
Fast food giants flock to Vietnam, frightening domestic businesses
The public attention these days has been concentrated on the opening of the first Starbucks shop in HCM City and the fellow-countryman, Dunkin’s Donuts. Will there be a new wave of foreign fast food giants flocking to Vietnam?