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Croatia to get its First Burger King Restaurant?

bkThere maybe good news for fast food lovers in Croatia with reports that the first Burger King restaurant is set to open shortly in the country.

Business News reports that Slovenian company Sportina have recently aquired the franchise rights for the popular American fast food chain Burger King in Croatia, and could shortly being opening its first restaurant there. When contacted, the Slovenian firm declined to confirm or deny the reports.

“I can not confirm that information. For that you will have to ask Burger King direct, because they are the only ones who can give out that information,” said Sportina’s director in Croatia Nina Korać. It is not the first time that rumours of Burger Kings’ arrival in Croatia have surfaced.

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