Malaysia's largest fast-food chain may appear in Uzbekistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 11,
By Fakhri Vakilov-Trend:
Marrybrown, largest halal (food allowed to Muslims) fast-food chain in Malaysia, can enter the Uzbek market, Trend reports with reference to the press service of Uzbek Foreign Ministry.
Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Malaysia Ravshan Usmanov negotiated on this topic with Financial Director of Marrybrown David Liew during the meeting.
"David Liew expressed his readiness to establish cooperation with Uzbek entrepreneurs to open a network of catering points on the basis of franchising. It was also noted that the conditions and the cost of transferring the company's trademark will be discussed when determining a specific partner from the Uzbek side," the press service of the Foreign Ministry noted.
Following the negotiations, an agreement was reached on the organization of visit of Marrybrown representatives to Tashkent in April of this year for a detailed discussion of the possibility of establishing cooperation in the sphere of restaurant business.
Marrybrown is the largest Malaysian fast-food restaurant chain certified to be halal. The company works with more than 138 restaurants in Malaysia and over 350 restaurants in 20 countries of the world. This brand is one of the most recognizable in Southeast Asia and Middle East countries, and thus, can attract tourists from these countries to Uzbekistan.
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