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International franchise opportunities and global expansion are heating up, with American brands growing abroad and foreign brands opening franchised units in the U.S. Investing in the international business arena can be highly rewarding, but is not for everyone as laws, cultures, and even diets vary widely. Learn from franchisees and franchisors who have navigated these challenges successfully.

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Going international? Be sure to use a letter of credit to reduce your risk!
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Before investing in international franchising, read this first!
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