McDonald’s, the world’s largest fast food restaurant company, has decided to stop operations of its branches in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as of this evening.
According to the news of the Klix.ba portal, the fast food chain, which has three restaurants in the capital, Sarajevo, is preparing to close its doors from the evening.
Allegations that the McDonald’s company operating in Sarajevo owed it and could not pay its rent had previously appeared in the press.
Information about the company’s future plans has not been shared.
The first McDonald’s opened in Sarajevo on July 20, 2011, where the then mayor, Alija Behmen, ate the first hamburger.
Source: Balkan News
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