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ALSEAAlabama Society of Enrolled Agents
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Reportedly, the company's licensing agreement with Alsea provides for the development of a minimum of 12 restaurants throughout Mexico and Chile with the potential to expand the agreement to four other countries, namely Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Peru.
The venture to Mexico was undertaken in partnership with the Mexican food chain Alsea.
Under the agreement, Alsea is buying 82% in Starbucks Coffee Chile SA in a deal it expects to wrap up immediately, and the 18% not yet owned in Starbucks Coffee Argentina S de RL de CV, with closing seen by 24 September.
Earlier this month, Alsea unveiled plans to open 14 new Starbucks stores in Mexico and 12 in Argentina.
Aunque en este ultimo tiempo Starbucks se ha convertido en el caballito de batalla de Alsea, sobre todo para su expansion latinoamericana, esta empresa comenzo sus operaciones hace 18 anos de la mano de Domino's Pizza y suma ademas otras marcas internacionales de comida rapida a su gestion: Burger King, Popeye's Chicken and Seafood, Spoleto y Chili's Grill and Bar, contando con 885 tiendas en Mexico, Chile, Argentina y Brasil.
The Cheesecake Factory Incorporated (NASDAQ: CAKE)today announced it has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with Alsea, S.
McKenzie 14, Alsea 12: Malakai Taylor-Ide forced an Alsea fumble at the McKenzie 5-yard line with about three minutes remaining and the Eagles recovered to seal the win in a game that was postponed from Friday.
To probe the world of master franchises, Latin Trade consulted with Arcos Dorados and the Mexican firm Alsea, and spoke with two other companies with a significant franchise structure: Correios of Brazil and Grupo Cardon of Argentina.
18 July 2013 - Mexican restaurant operator Alsea SAB de CV said it would take full control of US Starbucks Corp's (NASDAQ:SBUX) businesses in Chile and Argentina, in line with its expansion plans.
13 December 2012 a[euro]" US fast food chain Burger King Worldwide Inc (NYSE:BKW) said it had agreed to create a Mexican joint venture with local peer Alsea SAB de CV (MXK:ALSEA), in a drive to boost its brand presence in the country.