‘No way’ Taco Bell will close in 2017

No way Taco Bell plans to close its U.S. restaurants this year, the company announced Tuesday.

The company said it will close the nearly 800 restaurants it has in 50 states by 2021, a decision that comes amid declining revenue and the company’s growing business overseas.

Taco Bell announced in January it would close some of its U.”earlier this year.”

The move comes as the company faces mounting pressure from fast food giants including McDonald’s, which announced last month it was pulling out of the U.K., Australia, and Canada.

Taco Mart, a chain owned by McDonalds, has been making moves to expand outside the U, while the Taco Bells have been trying to grow outside of the country.

The announcement comes after Taco Bell lost $3.7 billion in the first quarter, and Taco Bell CEO Dave Wallace said he is committed to changing his company’s direction and focus.

“We want to make our U.s. locations as good as we can, and we want to build a brand that is really good in all 50 states,” Wallace said in a conference call with investors.

“Our business in the U is going to be very, very strong.

I’m very committed to that.”

Taco Bell’s U. S. stores will close by March 2021, Wallace said, and the chain will also start rolling out its “all-American” food offerings.

Wallace also announced plans to expand its distribution network outside the country, and said the chain is “working hard to do that.”

He said the company will also continue to focus on serving U. States customers and is “not thinking of anything different” than what we’ve done here in the States.

“The company plans to continue operating the U., and Wallace said the plan is to expand the number of U. states in which Taco Bell is available by “tenfold or more” by 2022.”

That’s not to say that we’re not going to go outside of America, but it will be an all-American company,” Wallace told investors.