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Napier business makes a Middle East move, using its long-time relationship with McDonald's

New Zealand Herald Monday, 11 March 2019 ()
Napier business makes a Middle East move, using its long-time relationship with McDonald'sA Napier company has made a tricky move into the Middle East, courtesy of its ongoing relationship with one of the world's fast food giants.Future Products Group has now spent 20 years in partnership with McDonald's and has provided...
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