How McDonalds runtheir business in China?s1180043Mitsuru Abe
 What McDonalds McDonalds in China Problem How many McDonalds restaurants McDonald’s franchises in China need 5 years...
 McDonalds Corporation is the worlds largest chain ofhamburger fast food restaurants, serving around 68million customers ...
 There are more 960 McDonalds restaurants in Chinaand more 60,000 employees. McDonalds chain stores in China will increa...
 It has become fuss found that chicken was administeredexcessive growth hormones or antibiotics McDonald inChina were use...
 How the chicken that have been drugged is carried intothe McDonalds has been coverage in China. Growth hormones and ant...
 McDonalds China website lists 759 different storelocations. The website also claims that there are 693 "24hour" service ...
 McDonald’s franchises in China may need up to five yearsbefore they break even, according to the Shanghai-based FirstFin...
 McDonalds has been attracting Chinese middle classmembers and youngsters who enjoy the scent ofAmerican culture. New des...
 http://www.mynewsjapan.com/reports/1760 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonald%27s http://www.thinkingchinese.com/mcdon...
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  1. 1. How McDonalds runtheir business in China?s1180043Mitsuru Abe
  2. 2.  What McDonalds McDonalds in China Problem How many McDonalds restaurants McDonald’s franchises in China need 5 years to break even The McCaffe renovation which expands the network towardsmiddle class comfort ReferencesOutline
  3. 3.  McDonalds Corporation is the worlds largest chain ofhamburger fast food restaurants, serving around 68million customers daily in 119 countries. Headquartered in the United States, the company beganin 1940 as a barbecue restaurant operated by Richardand Maurice McDonald; in 1948 they reorganized theirbusiness as a hamburger stand using production lineprinciples.What McDonalds
  4. 4.  There are more 960 McDonalds restaurants in Chinaand more 60,000 employees. McDonalds chain stores in China will increase moreand more, because U.S. population is 300 million andhome to 13,000 restaurants, in contrast, Chinapopulation is 1.3 billion.McDonalds in China
  5. 5.  It has become fuss found that chicken was administeredexcessive growth hormones or antibiotics McDonald inChina were used. Suspicion that diversion to food disease in poultrycompanies are exporting processed chicken products inJapan were reported.Problem 1
  6. 6.  How the chicken that have been drugged is carried intothe McDonalds has been coverage in China. Growth hormones and antibiotics was below thereference value results of the inspection. Drug but thereis a possibility of antiviral drugs that are not allowed isdetected.Problem 2
  7. 7.  McDonalds China website lists 759 different storelocations. The website also claims that there are 693 "24hour" service locations but the list provided only had344 locations. Forbes claims that there are "875 retailoutlets across China"How many McDonalds restaurants
  8. 8.  McDonald’s franchises in China may need up to five yearsbefore they break even, according to the Shanghai-based FirstFinancial Daily. Chinese investors interested in taking up a new McDonald’sfranchise must pay an initial fee of 2 million yuan ($320,000)and must also pay for the building itself, equipment and otheradditional costs, including monthly franchising operationsand advertising fees.McDonald’s franchises in China need 5years to break even
  9. 9.  McDonalds has been attracting Chinese middle classmembers and youngsters who enjoy the scent ofAmerican culture. New designs in some of ChinasMcDonalds branches are making the chain a stylishadult location, a step which reinforces the differences inthe way this fast-food chain is treated in China and inthe west.The McCaffe renovation which expands thenetwork towards middle class comfort
  10. 10.  http://www.mynewsjapan.com/reports/1760 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonald%27s http://www.thinkingchinese.com/mcdonalds-chinaReferences

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