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July 31, 1990 | From Reuters
U.S. fast-food giant McDonald's unveiled plans Monday to open its first outlet in East Germany, but found that its global hamburger empire was not to everyone's taste. Environmentalists and city politicians are hostile to the move. East Berlin's City Council refused permission for a mobile McDonald's burger stand in the Alexanderplatz, saying it wanted to cut down on street traders in its main square.
BUSINESS
July 31, 1990 | From Reuters
U.S. fast-food giant McDonald's unveiled plans Monday to open its first outlet in East Germany, but found that its global hamburger empire was not to everyone's taste. Environmentalists and city politicians are hostile to the move. East Berlin's City Council refused permission for a mobile McDonald's burger stand in the Alexanderplatz, saying it wanted to cut down on street traders in its main square.
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June 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Nutrition experts in East Germany are rallying behind one of the capitalist world's favorite foods--the hamburger. A government nutrition newspaper said those who consider hamburgers "frightful clumps of meat" or the "most insipid product on the face of the Earth" are mistaken. Nutrition Research, in an edition obtained Saturday, pointed out that hamburgers are popular around the world and that the trend "will not stop at the borders of the German Democratic Republic."
NEWS
June 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Nutrition experts in East Germany are rallying behind one of the capitalist world's favorite foods--the hamburger. A government nutrition newspaper said those who consider hamburgers "frightful clumps of meat" or the "most insipid product on the face of the Earth" are mistaken. Nutrition Research, in an edition obtained Saturday, pointed out that hamburgers are popular around the world and that the trend "will not stop at the borders of the German Democratic Republic."
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