ATLANTA Even as Mexico City's government ordered all the city's restaurants to suspend dine-in service over a growing swine flu outbreak, observers say there is no discernible impact yet to the U.S. restaurant industry. U.S. restaurant companies have not yet commented on an impact to sales, and such a phenomenon would not likely be apparent until public companies report second-quarter results in July, Robert Derrington, an analyst with Morgan Keegan, said in a research note released ...

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