Yum! Brands Inc.’s same-store sales in China in the second quarter logged their lowest increase in more than a year, but the company’s domestic same-store sales meanwhile have rebounded to their most robust level in some time, allowing the company to reaffirm its earnings growth targets for fiscal 2012. RELATED • Yum's new menu items spur optimism • Pizza Hut targets sandwich chains with new P'Zolo • More restaurant industry finance news Yum’s net income ...

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