The planned store openings come 11 years after Dunkin' Donuts pulled out of Russia, following three years of losses exacerbated by a rogue franchisee who sold liquor and meat pies alongside coffee and crullers.Let me just say: If I could walk into Dunkin' Donuts and purchase coffee spiked with booze and a Russian meat pie, I would take back all the nasty things I said about the coffee.
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