List of countries with McDonald's restaurants

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McDonald's
Type Public
Traded as NYSEMCD
Dow Jones Industrial Average Component
S&P 500 Component
Industry Restaurants
Founded May 15, 1940 in San Bernardino, California;
McDonald's Corporation, April 15, 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois
Founders Richard and Maurice McDonald; Ray Kroc (Corporation).
Headquarters Oak Brook, Illinois, U.S.
Number of locations 35,000+ worldwide[1]
Area served Worldwide
Key people Andrew J. McKenna
(Chairman)
Don Thompson
(President and CEO)
Products Fast food
(hamburgers • chicken • french fries • soft drinks • coffee • milkshakes • salads • desserts • breakfast)
Revenue
  • Increase US$ 28.1057 billion (2013) [2]
  • Increase US$ 27.567 billion (2012) [2]
Operating income
  • Increase US$ 8.7643 billion (2013) [2]
  • Increase US$ 8.6046 billion (2012) [2]
Net income
  • Increase US$ 5.5859 billion (2013) [2]
  • Decrease US$ 5.4648 billion (2012) [2]
Total assets
  • Increase US$ 36.6263 billion (2013) [3]
  • Increase US$ 35.3865 billion (2012) [2]
Total equity
  • Increase US$ 16.0097 billion (2013) [3]
  • Increase US$ 15.2936 billion (2012) [2]
Employees 440,000 (2013) [4]
Website Global Corporate Website

This is a listing of countries with McDonald's restaurants. McDonald's is the largest chain of fast food restaurants in the world.[5] It has more than 35,000 outlets worldwide.[6] The majority of McDonald's outlets outside of the United States are franchises.

The biggest temporary McDonald's in the world was opened during 2012 Summer Olympics in London, which had 3,000 square metres (32,000 sq ft).[7][7][8][9][10][11] [12] The biggest still standing is probably that at Will Rogers Turnpike.[12]

The list of countries follows the company's own calculation, and contains several non-sovereign territories.

Countries and territories with a McDonald's outlet[edit]

# Country/Territory Date First outlet location Number of currently operating outlets Source and date of source Notes CEO
1  United States May 15, 1940 San Bernardino, California 14,267 (source: McDonald's 2013) See McDonald's USA Don Thompson
2  Canada June 1, 1967 Richmond, British Columbia 1,427 (source: McDonald's 2013) See McDonald's Canada
3  Puerto Rico November 10, 1967 San Juan 108 (source: McDonald's 2013) First McDonald's in Latin America and in the Caribbean. Left in 1974 after labor dispute, but returned with non-union labor in 1980. See McDonald's Puerto Rico
4  U.S. Virgin Islands September 4, 1970 St. Croix 6 (source: McDonald's 2013)
5  Costa Rica December 28, 1970 San Jose, 4th street, between 1st and Central Avenue. 54 (source: McDonald's 2013) Third country (not U.S. possession) and first outlet outside Northern America where McDonald's opened. See McDonald's Costa Rica
6  Australia May 30, 1971 Yagoona, New South Wales[13] 920 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in an independent country in Oceania. See McDonald's Australia.
7  Guam June 10, 1971 Dededo 8 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in Oceania and first outlet outside the Americas.
8  Japan July 20, 1971 Tokyo 3,164 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in Asia, see McDonald's Japan
9  Netherlands August 21, 1971 Zaandam 236 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in Europe. Plans to open 15 more in next 3 years. See McDonald's Netherlands
10  Panama September 1, 1971 Panama City 57 (source: McDonald's 2013) See McDonald's Panama
11  Germany November 22, 1971 Munich 1,468 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in West Germany. Outlets in the New states of Germany opened in 1991. See McDonald's Germany
12  France June 30, 1972 Créteil 1,298 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in Creteil in 1972 even though McDonald's officially recognizes the first outlet in Strasbourg in 1979. See McDonald's France.
13  El Salvador July 20, 1972 San Salvador 13 (source: McDonald's 2013) Left in 1980 during the Salvadorian Civil War, but returned after the war in 1992.
14  Sweden October 27, 1973 Kungsgatan 4, Stockholm 230 (source: December 2014) First outlet in Scandinavia. See McDonald's Sweden
15  Guatemala June 6, 1974 Guatemala City 76 (source: McDonald's 2013) See McDonald's Guatemala
16  Curacao August 16, 1974 Willemstad 5 (source: McDonald's 2013)
17  United Kingdom
 England
 Scotland
 Wales
 Northern Ireland
13 November 1974 [14] Woolwich, London 1,221 (source: McDonald's 2013) Includes Isle of Man and Jersey (1 each)
England: 1,038
Scotland: 95
Wales: 62
Northern Ireland: 26
See McDonald's UK
18  Hong Kong
January 8, 1975 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island.[15] 237 (source: McDonald's 2013) Then a British Crown colony/Dependent Territory. See Hong Kong
19  Bahamas August 4, 1975 Nassau 3 (source: Dec. 2012) First outlet in an independent country of the Caribbean.
20  New Zealand June 7, 1976 Porirua Central, Wellington[16] 162 (source: McDonald's 2013) Founded in New Zealand by Wally and Hugh Morris[17]
First South Island restaurants opened at Linwood and Merivale, both Christchurch, on 3 November 1987.[18] See McDonald's New Zealand.
21   Switzerland October 20, 1976 Geneva 157 (source: McDonald's 2013) see McDonald's Switzerland
22  Ireland May 9, 1977 Grafton Street, Dublin 84 (source: McDonald's 2013) First drive-thru in Europe opened in Nutgrove, Dublin, see McDonald's Ireland
23  Austria July 21, 1977 Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna 189 (source: McDonald's 2013) see McDonald's Austria
24  Belgium March 21, 1978 Brussels 67 (source: McDonald's 2013) see McDonald's Belgium u
25  Brazil February 13, 1979 Rio de Janeiro 812 (source: McDonald's 2013) First outlet in South America. See McDonald's Brazil
26  Singapore October 20, 1979 Liat Towers, Orchard Road 125 (source: Dec. 2012) First outlet in Southeast Asia. See McDonald's Singapore
27  Spain March 10, 1981 Madrid 444 (source: Dec. 2012) First outlet in the Iberian Peninsula, see McDonald's Spain
28  Denmark April 15, 1981 Vesterbrogade 2D, Copenhagen 88 (source: Dec. 2012) See McDonald's Denmark
29  Philippines September 27, 1981 Morayta, Sampaloc, Manila 400+ (source: Jan. 2014) See McDonald's Philippines
30  Malaysia April 29, 1982 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur[19] 314 (source: June 2013) First outlet in a Muslim-majority country. See McDonald's Malaysia
31  Norway November 18, 1983 Nedre Slottsgate, Oslo 74 (source: Dec. 2012) see McDonald's Norway
32  Taiwan January 28, 1984 Taipei City, Taiwan 388 (source: 2013) Left in 1992 during investigations of restaurant bombings in Taiwan, but returned that same year after investigations concluded. See McDonald's Taiwan
33  Andorra June 29, 1984 Andorra la Vella 4 (source: 2014)[20]
34  Finland December 14, 1984 Tampere 83 (source: Dec. 2012) see McDonald's Finland
35  Thailand February 23, 1985 Bangkok 202 (source: 2014) see McDonald's Thailand
36  Aruba April 4, 1985 Oranjestad 3 (source: Dec. 2012)
37  Luxembourg July 17, 1985 Luxembourg City 9 (source: 2013) see McDonald's Luxembourg
38  Venezuela August 31, 1985 Caracas 140 (source: 2013 website) see McDonald's Venezuela
39  Italy October 15, 1985 Piazza Walter, Bolzano 600+ (source: December 2014 website) see McDonald's Italy
40  Mexico October 29, 1985 Mexico City 402 (source: Dec. 2012) see McDonald's Mexico
41  Cuba April 24, 1986 Guantanamo Bay 1 (source: Dec. 2012) Guantanamo Bay - Open only to base personnel.
42  Turkey October 24, 1986 Istanbul 230+ (source: April 2014)[21] see McDonald's Turkey. First outlet in the Greater Middle East.
43  Argentina November 24, 1986 Belgrano, Buenos Aires 209 (source: Dec. 2012) see McDonald's Argentina.
44  Macau
 Macau, China
April 11, 1987 Rua do Campo, Cathedral Parish, Macau Peninsula 27 (source: Dec. 2012) Then Portuguese territory; McDonald's would only open a restaurant in Portugal itself 4 years later. see List of restaurants.
45  Yugoslavia

 Serbia

March 24, 1988 Slavija Square, Belgrade 22 (source: September 2014)[22] First outlet in a communist country and first outlet in the Balkans. See McDonald's Serbia
46  South Korea March 29, 1988 Seoul 349 (source: April 2014[23]) See McDonald's South Korea
47  Hungary April 13, 1988 Budapest[24] 100 (source: May 2014)[25] Second communist country, first Warsaw Pact member, thus first outlet behind the Iron Curtain. See McDonald's Hungary
48  Soviet Union
 Russia
January 31, 1990 Pushkin Square, Moscow 433 (source:August 2014)[26] See McDonald's Russia
49  China October 8, 1990 Shenzhen 2,000+ (source: May 2014)[27] See McDonald's China. China will open 300 new restaurants in 2014.
50  Chile November 19, 1990 Santiago de Chile 77 (source: Dec. 2012) See McDonald's Chile
51  Indonesia February 23, 1991 Sarinah, Jakarta 160 (source: 2014) See McDonald's Indonesia
52  Portugal May 23, 1991 CascaiShopping, Cascais 138 (source: Dec. 2012) See McDonald's Portugal
53  Greece November 12, 1991 Athens Syntagma Sq. 15 + 4 seasonal (source: 2013)[28]
54  Uruguay November 18, 1991 Montevideo 21 (source: 2014)
55  Martinique December 16, 1991
56  Czechoslovakia
 Czech Republic
March 20, 1992 Vodičkova street, Prague 91 (source: Dec. 2014 ) See McDonald's Czech Republic
57  Guadeloupe April 8, 1992
58  Poland June 17, 1992 Marszałkowska Street, Warsaw 349 (source: December 2014) See McDonald's Poland
59  Monaco November 20, 1992 Monte Carlo 4
60  Brunei December 12, 1992 Bandar Seri Begawan 1 (source: 2004)
61  Morocco December 18, 1992 Casablanca 34 (source: July 2014[29]) First outlet in Africa - McDonald's is now present in all continents except Antarctica.
62  Northern Marianas March 18, 1993 Saipan 2 (source:August 2011) First outlet opened on the island of Saipan - Along with the a second outlet in 1997
63  Israel October 14, 1993 Ayalon Mall, Ramat Gan 180 (source: Aug 2014) First outlet in the Middle East. See McDonald's Israel
64  Slovenia December 2, 1993 In Čopova Street, Ljubljana 16 (source: 2014) See McDonald's Slovenia
65  Saudi Arabia December 8, 1993 Riyadh 114 (source: Local website 74 in East, North and Central. 40 in West and South)
66  Kuwait June 15, 1994 67 (source: 2011)
67  New Caledonia July 26, 1994 Nouméa 2 (source: 2012)
68  Oman July 30, 1994 15 (source: 2014)
69  Egypt October 20, 1994 Cairo 72 (source: 2012)
70  Bulgaria December 10, 1994 Sofia 36 (source: 2011) See McDonald's Bulgaria
71  Bahrain December 15, 1994 Muharraq City 17 (source: 2014) Bahrain
72  Latvia December 15, 1994 Riga 11 (source: June 2012)[30] First outlet in the Baltics.
73  United Arab Emirates December 21, 1994 Abu Dhabi 110 (source: 2013)
74  Estonia April 29, 1995 Tallinn 9 (source: December 2014)[31] See See McDonald's Estonia
75  Romania June 16, 1995 Bucharest 62 (source: 2010) See McDonald's Romania
76  Malta July 7, 1995 10 (source: 2012, 9 in Malta, 1 in Gozo)
77  Colombia July 14, 1995 Centro Andino, Bogota 81 (source: July 2013)[32] See McDonald's Colombia
78  Slovakia October 14, 1995 Banská Bystrica 32 (source: 2014) See McDonald's Slovakia
79  South Africa November 11, 1995 200+ (source: 2014) See McDonald's South Africa
80  Qatar December 13, 1995 25 (source: 2014)
81  Honduras December 14, 1995 8
82  Sint Maarten December 15, 1995 Philipsburg 3 (source: December 2013)
83  Croatia February 2, 1996 Zagreb 20 (source: 2011)[33] See McDonald's Croatia
84  Samoa March 2, 1996 1 D.Williams
85  Fiji Islands May 1, 1996 3 (source: 2001) As of April 2012, Fiji is the only country in the world to still use the 2003 "i'm lovin' it" packaging, even though the other countries are using the 2008 packaging for meals and items.
86  Liechtenstein May 3, 1996 3 (source: 2014)
87  Lithuania May 31, 1996 9 (source: 2011) See McDonald's Lithuania
88  Cyprus June 12, 1996 18 (source: 2011)
89  India October 13, 1996[34] Delhi 250+ (source: 2013)[35]
90  Peru October 18, 1996 Lima 40 (source: 2014)
91  Jordan November 7, 1996 19 (source: 2014)
92  Paraguay November 21, 1996 Asuncion 11 (source: 2011)
93  Dominican Republic November 30, 1996
94  French Polynesia December 10, 1996 Tahiti 6
95  Belarus December 10, 1996 Minsk 8 (source: November 2014) The company claimed this as McDonald's "100th country" although this calculation included many non-sovereign territories even though McDonald's shut down in Iceland in 2009 it is the 99th country as of November 1, 2009.See McDonald's Belarus.
96  Ukraine May 24, 1997 Kiev 76 (source: December 2013) All three restaurants in the peninsula of Crimea were closed in 2014.
97  Jersey August 1, 1997 1
98  Ecuador October 9, 1997 6 de Diciembre Avenue, Quito 27 (source: 2014)
99  Reunion December 14, 1997
100  Isle of Man December 15, 1997 1
101  Suriname December 18, 1997 Paramaribo 2 (source: 2010)
102  Moldova April 30, 1998 Chisinau 6 (source: June 2014)
103  Nicaragua July 11, 1998 Managua 6 (source: June 2010) McDonald's outlets ceased operation during the Nicaraguan civil war and re-established a presence in 1998 after an absence of two decades.
104  Lebanon September 18, 1998 Beirut 33 (source: 2013)
105  Pakistan September 19, 1998[36] Karachi , Islamabad 30 (source: 2014) McDonald's Pakistan
106  Sri Lanka October 16, 1998 5 March 4, 2013
107  Georgia February 5, 1999 Tbilisi 5 (source: 2010) First outlet in the Caucasus.
108  San Marino July 6, 1999 Borgo Maggiore 1 (source: 2010)
109  Gibraltar August 13, 1999 1
110  Azerbaijan November 6, 1999 Baku 9 (source: 2011)
111  French Guiana February 22, 2000
112  American Samoa September 29, 2000 2 (source: 2008)
113  Mauritius July 4, 2001 Port Louis 3
114  Mayotte May 1, 2003
115  Iraq August 10, 2006 Baghdad 1 (source: 2006) One location in Baghdad for the U.S. Army, but there is also a knockoff called MaDonal.
116  Bosnia and Herzegovina July 20, 2011[37] Sarajevo 5 (source: 2012) After some 10 years of trying to enter the Bosnian market with no success, McDonald's opened its first restaurant in BiH on 20 July 2011
117  Trinidad and Tobago August 2011 the Falls at West Mall, Westmoorings 6 Re-opened at The Falls At West Mall in 2011 and has expanded to 5 other locations. McDonald's previously had stores in Trinidad (May 6, 1997 - October 25, 2003) but closed due to low sales. [3]
118  Vietnam February 8, 2014 Ho Chi Minh City 3 (source: 2014)

Future locations[edit]

McDonald's is planning on expanding into Nigeria as it looks for new markets.[38] PanArmenian.net reported a future opening of a branch in Yerevan, Armenia in 2012.[39] It has yet to appear.

McDonald's is planning to open his first restaurant in Tunisia, probably in Tunis, in fall 2014 or early 2015. McDonald's is planning to open a restaurant in Kazakhstan in 2015.

Former locations[edit]

One of the three McDonald's restaurants in Iceland before their closing
  1. (November 10, 1985 – March 9, 1995)  Bermuda [4] - Closed due to the passage of a government law that bans franchised restaurants in the country.
  2. (June 30 – December 31, 1996)  Barbados [5] - Closed due to extremely slow sales.
  3. (October 24, 1997 – November 30, 2002)  Bolivia [6] - Closed due to slow sales and cost.
  4. (April 15, 1995 – October 14, 2005)  Jamaica [7] - Closed due to governmental problems and declining sales.
  5. (June 1, 2004 – 2007)  Montenegro - A seasonal McDonalds restaurant was opened in Budva, but it was closed due to the lack of location.
  6. (September 3, 1993 – October 31, 2009)  Iceland [8] - Closed down by Icelandic affiliate citing prohibitive costs of importing foreign food products as required by McDonald's and the collapse of the Icelandic krona. Its three former outlets were re-branded as its own chain of Metro restaurants, which offer similar service and menus with domestically produced ingredients.
  7. (September 6, 1997 – May 15, 2013)  Macedonia- Closed due to dispute in contract and contractual obligations between the franchise owner Sveto Janevski.

Expansions by region[edit]

Continent Location City Date Year
North America  United States San Bernardino May 15 1940
Caribbean/Latin America  Puerto Rico San Juan November 10 1967
Central America  Costa Rica San José December 28 1970
Oceania  Australia Sydney May 30 1971
Asia  Japan  Tokyo July 20 1971
Europe  Netherlands Zaandam August 21 1971
Scandinavia  Sweden Stockholm October 27 1973
South America  Brazil Rio de Janeiro February 13 1979
Southeast Asia  Singapore Orchard Road October 20 1979
Iberian Peninsula  Spain Madrid March 10 1981
Muslim World  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur April 29 1982
Greater Middle East  Turkey Istanbul November 24 1986
Eastern Europe/Balkans  Yugoslavia/ Serbia Belgrade March 24 1988
Warsaw Pact  Hungary Budapest April 23 1988
Africa  Morocco Casablanca December 18 1992
Middle East  Israel Tel Aviv October 14 1993
Arab World  Morocco Casablanca December 18 1992
Baltic States  Latvia Riga December 15 1994
Caucasus  Georgia Tbilisi February 5 1999

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "MCDONALDS CORP 2013 Annual Report Form (10-K)" (XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. February 24, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "MCDONALDS CORP 2014 Q1 Quarterly Report Form (10-Q)" (XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. May 6, 2014. 
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  5. ^ 2007 R&I Top 400 Chain Restaurants, retrieved August 18, 2008
  6. ^ McDonald's :: About Us :: FAQ, retrieved August 18, 2008
  7. ^ a b "A VERY Big Mac! World's biggest McDonald's with 1,500 seats to be built for games". Daily Mail. April 22, 2012. 
  8. ^ http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/city-news/biggest-mcdonalds-in-the-world-will-be-open-for-six-940006
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  14. ^ http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/andrewgilligan/100016765/a-historic-anniversary-35-years-since-the-opening-of-britains-first-mcdonalds/
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  17. ^ "McDonald’s New Zealand founder dies". National Business Review. 2010-05-26. Retrieved 2010-05-30. 
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  19. ^ 500 McDonald’s outlets by 2020
  20. ^ VisitAndorra.com - McDonald's
  21. ^ McDonald's Official website Turkey - About McDonald's
  22. ^ [1] (21st McDonald’s in Serbia opens in Belgrade)
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  24. ^ [2]
  25. ^ Gyorben nyilik a McDonald’s 100. magyar etterme (100th McDonald’s in Hungary opens in Gyor) Kisalfold.hu
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  28. ^ http://www.mcdonalds.gr/mcfinder/?i=Διεύθυνση%2C+Περιοχή+ή+Τ.Κ.
  29. ^ http://www.mcdonalds.ma/map#
  30. ^ "Restorani Latvija". mcdonalds.lv. Retrieved 2011-01-26. 
  31. ^ "Ettevõte arvudes". mcdonalds.ee (in Estonian). 10 May 2014. Retrieved 10 May 2014. 
  32. ^ http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1567595&page=111
  33. ^ "Sisak dobiva prvi McDonald's" (in Croatian). Retrieved 2 June 2011. 
  34. ^ McDonald's Official website India - About McDonald's
  35. ^ "How Big Mac plans to change Indian food habits". business.rediff.com. Retrieved 27 Oct 2010. 
  36. ^ McDonald's Pakistan official website
  37. ^ "Komsic and Moon opened McDonald's" (in English(translated)). Retrieved 19 July 2011. 
  38. ^ http://businessdayonline.com/2014/02/mcdonalds-sets-sight-on-nigeria-others-for-new-markets/
  39. ^ "McDonald's fast food chain to open in Yerevan – paper". PanArmenian.net. Retrieved 15 September 2013. 

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