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Restaurant Brands International’s revenue comes in 25% lower due to COVID-19 restrictions
6th August
  • Restaurant Brands International’s revenue comes in 25% lower due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • The fast food company posts £800 million in revenue and 25.06 pence of adjusted EPS.
  • The Toronto-headquartered company refrains from giving future guidance due to COVID-19.

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