Burger King have announced they are planned to merge with Canada’s most famous doughnut chain Tim Horton’s.
The tax dodgy system allows Burger King and Tim Hortons’ to save money on TAX within the Canadian territory as Canada’s tax system seems to be efficient and cheap for the corporate companies.
The report was confirmed by The Toronto Globe and Mail’s Paul Waldie.
“One of the people said a deal between the two companies could be struck soon, though additional details on timing couldn’t be learned,” Hoffman and Mattioli say.
Burger King, founded in 1954 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, operates over 13,000 locations in nearly 100 countries and territories across the globe with a few hundred in Scotland.
However, Perth still remains without a Burger King after Frankies and Benny’s offered the building owners a better payout or at least the profit flipping burger company had easy competition elsewhere.