Fast food, slow growth

Lloyd, Simon
October 2003
BRW;10/9/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p56
Trade Publication
Examines the condition of the Australian fast food industry. Factors affecting the financial status of the industry; Worth of the sector by the end of 2002; Average annual sales growth of the major fast food operators in the country; Reason behind the flat profit outlook predicted for the industry. INSET: FAST-FOOD TRENDS..


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