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  • Quick service restaurants struggle in India
  • Quick service restaurants struggle in India
    Wasin Waeosri (2017) ©
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Quick service restaurants struggle in India

In the past, eating out in India was more about convenience than the food itself, and quick service restaurants had reigned supreme. But with a growing middle class happy to splash out on fancier fare, Western fast food brands such as Domino's are losing their slice of the pie.

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