LONDON, Feb 27- Britain's Restaurant Group, whose chains include Chiquito and Frankie& Benny's, said trading in the new year had started well as it posted an 7.4 percent rise in 2014 profit. The company, which has more than 470 restaurants, about half of which are next to cinemas, said on Friday pretax profit for the year to Dec. 28 rose to 78.1 million pounds, in line with...» Read More
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