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Chains serve up $40m stores push

A large increase in takeaway spending in WA may not be flowing through to the big players, but they are still investing in market share.

Fast food giants have opened tenders for nearly $40 million of new and refurbished outlets in Perth in the past 12 months as they seek to secure their share of record high spending on takeaway services.

And more is on the way, with McDonald’s planning an investment of around $150 million into Western Australia in the next four years, including $25 million in 2017.

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WA revenue

1st-BGCNFP
2nd-Hancock Prospecting$1.73bn
3rd↑Competitive Foods Australia$1.23bn
4th-ABN Group$1.06bn
5th↑Byrnecut$979.0m
101 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Number of Employees

Private Companies - Large

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