The logos of leading fast food chains Burger King (R) and McDonald's (L) pictured in Hamburg, Germany, 10 January 2007. In the financial year 2005, about 848 million guests took their meal at 1,264 McDonald's German branch offices. The 848 million guests mean a plus of 12.9 per cent, their average consumption declined to 6 euro per guest. In Germany, Burger King achieved a net turn

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The logos of leading fast food chains Burger King (R) and McDonald's (L) pictured in Hamburg, Germany, 10 January 2007. In the financial year 2005, about 848 million guests took their meal at 1,264 McDonald's German branch offices. The 848 million guests mean a plus of 12.9 per cent, their average consumption declined to 6 euro per guest. In Germany, Burger King achieved a net turnover of 561.2 million euro in the financial year 2004 meaning a plus of roughly 57 million euros compared to 2003. In the US, Burger King made 1.04 million US dollar revenues per location according to trade journal 'Nation's Restaurant News', while McDonald's made 1.78 million US dollar and Wendy's made 1.35 million US dollar. Photo: Kay Niefeld