- Yum! Brands shares have dropped after the company released weaker than expected results and ran into trouble regarding the freshness of meat used in its products.
- Yum, however, has faced problems in China earlier and has bounced back well. It is already working to fix the current problem.
- The long-term prospects in China are strong due to the impending growth in the consumer class, and this will benefit Yum as it derives 53% of its revenue from China.