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from BERNAMA, The Malaysian National News Agency KUALA TERENGGANU, Feb 28 (Bernama) -- Fast food operator, KFC Holdings (Malaysia) Bhd, in a move to further spread its wings overseas, will establish 10 outlets in India this year.
Its Chairman Tan Sri Muhammad Ali Hashim said KFC, which operated 540 outlets in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and Cambodia, would spend RM1.2 million to set up each outlet.
The franchisee of the KFC chain of restaurants invests an average RM35 million, annually, in its operations and sales had always excessed RM1 billion.
"The venture into India is a long-term move and the outlets there will only serve halal food," he told reporters …