(Continued from page 1) Securities analysts wrote in research notes that Yum’s forecast of 20-percent growth in earnings per share implies that the company needs same-store sales growth in China in the mid-single digits in 2014. Several of them expressed skepticism that Yum could reach that level of recovery in China, based on lackluster sales trends in that country last month and this month — which have relatively easy year-earlier comparisons due to the start of ...

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