(Continued from page 1) “While Yum’s share performance hinges on China,” Senatore continued, “we believe the rest of the business should continue to perform in line with expectations, with potential for upside from the recent reorganization.” She specified that Taco Bell, the largest contributor of profit and sales growth in the United States, was “on solid footing and has a reasonable good chance of succeeding at the important breakfast ...

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