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Italy / McDonald’s / 100 new stores, 3,000 new jobs

Fastfood giant McDonald’s believes recession-hit Italy will be one of its higher-growth areas in the coming decade and is opening more than 100 new restaurants to convert pizza-lovers to its burgers.

In a country where foreign investment has fallen by almost 30 percent since 2007, McDonald’s Italian arm plans to spend 350 million euros ($457 million) and hire 3,000 people by 2015 to boost its market share.

“We believe in Italy, and we have convinced our shareholders in the United States that the Italian market has a potential we can exploit,” McDonald’s Italia Chief Executive Roberto Masi told Reuters in an interview.

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