McDonald’s CEO talks about the impact of Israel’s war with Hamas on the company 14:54

The war between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas, as well as disinformation about it, has significantly affected McDonald’s business in the Middle East and some countries outside the region. This was announced by McDonald’s Chief Executive Chris Kempczinski. LinkedIn.

He noted that McDonald’s continues to show solidarity with communities around the world in 2023. The company supports families affected by war in the Middle East and opposes hate speech.

“I am also aware that many markets in the Middle East, and some markets outside the region, are experiencing significant business impacts as war and related misinformation impact brands such as McDonald’s. This is discouraging, there is no basis for this,” Kempczinski wrote.

McDonald’s is “proudly represented by local owner-operators who work tirelessly to serve and support their communities while providing employment for thousands of citizens” in every country where the company operates, including Muslim countries, he said.

At Turkish McDonald’s in November started Rats protesting Israel.

Formerly political scientist named One of the reasons why the Palestinian-Israeli conflict flared up.

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Source: Gazeta


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