Yum Brands (YUM) can breathe a little easier after hearing China's government report chicken...
Yum Brands (YUM) can breathe a little easier after hearing China's government report chicken samples from the company's KFC division complied with government standards. A regulatory agency noted 32 samples passed tests on levels of antibiotics and steroids after the issue of contamination cropped up last week. With 44% of its revenue derived from China, Yum Brands knows full well it's important to protect its brand image in the nation.
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