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Franchisor threatens to move HQ in protests over WA franchising laws

Written on the 11 November 2010 by Smart Company

Franchisor threatens to move headquarters in protests over WA franchising laws, survey examines franchise disputes
Smart Company
11 November 2010

Western Australian franchise giant Quick Service Restaurant Holdings has threatened to move its corporate headquarters and 3,800 jobs to the eastern seaboard if Western Australia's controversial state-based franchise law proposal is approved by the state's Parliament. Click here to read more.


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