McDonald’s to Exit From Russia After Three Decades
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McDonald ’s Corp. said it would quit Russia and sell its business there, ending more than three decades in the country over its invasion of Ukraine.

The fast-food giant joins a raft of Western companies, from auto makers to oil producers, exiting Russia—after in some cases having initially paused operations—as the war in Ukraine rumbles on.

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