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No Legal Goubuli Dumpling Franchiser In Beijing

Beijing Haidian District Department of Industry and Commerce has closed a fake Goubuli Dumplings Restaurant store near the West Fourth Ring Road in Beijing.

Staff at the store said they had signed a contract with Tianjin-based Goubuli, but a representative from Tianjin Goubuli headquarters said the contract was signed with a Goubuli agent, and not the company itself.

The representative says that a legal store should sign the contract directly with the head office in Tianjin.

There are currently ten Goubili stores in Beijing, but none of them are legally sanctioned to carry the Goubuli name.

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