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On Chinese McDonald's assets had their eye

Mcdonald's has received final bids from at least three companies to buy a chain of restaurants in China and Hong Kong, Reuters reported, citing sources.

Mcdonald's plans to sell its restaurants for up to $ 3 billion.

Among the bidders for the purchase are the American private investment company Carlyle Group, the American fund TPG Capital and the development company Sanpower Group. To strengthen its position, Carlyle merged with the Chinese state-owned company CITIC, TPG Capital with the Chinese retailer Wumart Stores, and Sanpower Group with the Chinese Beijing Tourism Group.

As Reuters previously reported, McDonald's, after a series of scandals related to the use of low-quality products in China, turned to Morgan Stanley to accompany the sale of 2,8 thousand restaurants in China, Hong Kong and South Korea.

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