A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP
A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP

McDonald’s closes all branches in China’s coronavirus-hit Hubei province

  • CEO Chris Kempczinski calls situation ‘fluid’ and ‘concerning’ as he announces decision to shut hundreds of restaurants
  • China accounts for 9 per cent of all McDonald’s restaurants, 4 to 5 per cent of its sales and 3 per cent of its income

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP
A McDonald’s restaurant in Beijing in 2017. The US fast food giant has closed all of its restaurants in Hubei. Photo: AFP
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