7-Eleven

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7-Eleven is part of an international chain of convenience stores, operating under Seven-Eleven Japan Co. Ltd, which in turn is owned by Seven & I Holdings Co. of Japan.[2]

7-Eleven, primarily operating as a franchise, is the world's largest operator, franchisor and licensor of convenience stores with more than 39,000 outlets,[3] surpassing the previous record-holder McDonald's Corporation in 2007 by approximately 1,000 retail stores.[4] The US subsidiary of the Japanese firm has its headquarters in the One Arts Plaza building in Downtown Dallas, Texas.[5] Its stores are located in eighteen countries, with its largest markets being Japan, the United States, Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand. On a per-capita basis, Norway, for example, has one 7-11 for every 47,000 Norwegians, versus Canada which has one for every 74,000 Canadians.[6]

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