Domino's to pull out of Scandinavia and Switzerland

  The Guardian 

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Pizza delivery giant’s mounting losses prompts plan to sell up and leave four markets Domino’s Pizza, Britain’s biggest pizza delivery company, will pull out of Scandinavia and Switzerland after running up mounting losses there. The UK company, which operates under licence from its US parent, said it would sell its 115 shops in Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland following a six-week review of
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