McDonald's Dominates French Fast Food

The McDonald's division in France is the company's most successful, judged on a per-customer basis. It's by far the largest fast-food retailer in France. Why do so many Frenchmen eat at a place that would seem to symbolize — dietetically, culturally, even politically — all to which they are opposed? One answer may be a French baby boom. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.

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