An interesting article about the demise of McDonalds in Bolivia.
Bolivian food is unique, amazing, cheap, and delicious. Overpriced hamburgers that taste like masking tape are no match for it.
Even in urban centers where fast food is thought to solve the problem of time, McDonalds found that in Bolivia, there is always time to eat.
The death knell for the multinational giant, however, came directly from its status as a multinational giant. In a country where anti globalization is an almost accidental art form, Ronald finally met his match.
Bolivia remains the only country in South America without a McDonalds, for the richness of their food is without equal on earth.
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