Customers enjoy their meal at a Joey's pizza shop in Hamburg August 13, 2013. Two years after launching a drive for explosive growth across Germany, Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's ... more 
Customers enjoy their meal at a Joey's pizza shop in Hamburg August 13, 2013. Two years after launching a drive for explosive growth across Germany, Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's Pizza accepts that expansion will take longer and be harder than first expected. Its German growth has stumbled chiefly over a rise in minimum pay for restaurant staff that is unexpectedly being applied to pizza delivery firms. Another challenge is that Germany has more independent stores fighting for customers, Joey's managing director Karsten Freigang said. Joey's took 25 years to get to 206 stores and is opening 10-15 a year. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) less 
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Wed, Sep 25, 2013 12:14 PM EDT