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McDonald’s to open 100 new German restaurants

McDonald’s has been struggling of late – the golden arches are losing lustre as people eschew a burger and chips in favour of something a little more upmarket. But in the UK and Germany people still seem hungry for a Big Mac, with the chain opening up 100 new restaurants in Germany.

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