The world’s fast-food industry grew 6.6 percent last year to reach $15.5 trillion in value, according to a new report.
But according to an analysis of the latest figures by the U.S. government’s Economic Research Service, China grew faster than any other country, with an annual growth rate of 7.6%.
The country also overtook the U.-S.
as the world leader in fast-casual restaurants, overtaking Japan and Korea to become the fastest-growth country in the fast- food industry.
The report found that the fast food sector in China grew to more than $15 trillion last year, up from $14.7 trillion in 2014.
China overtook Japan and Korean to become a fast-growing country in fast food last year.
The country overtook Russia to become China’s second-largest fast- Food market in 2015.
The fast food market in China was worth more than twice as much as the total global fast food economy in 2015, the report found.
Fast food chains, fast food restaurants, and restaurants in the United States have been growing at a much faster rate than the rest of the fast growing economy.
In the United Kingdom, fast-Food restaurants grew by more than 2 percent last years, while in China the industry has grown by only 1.1 percent.
In 2015, China’s fast food business grew by 4.5 percent, compared to 1.7 percent growth in the U-S.
fast food and restaurant industry.
In 2017, the United Nations World Food Programme reported that fast food was one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy.
A new report published by the International Monetary Fund said the fast restaurant industry is now worth an estimated $9 trillion.
The report estimates that the total value of the industry will reach $30 trillion by 2040.
Some of the growth in fast foods comes from overseas, but there is also a push from within the United State to grow fast food sales overseas, according a report by the National Restaurant Association.
According to the report, there are more than 1,800 fast food chains in the US, and the total number of locations grew from 531 in 2014 to 735 in 2019.
Many of the new restaurants have been built in China, with more than a third of all locations in China.
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