Continued from page 1 Though the China division drove more than 40 percent of the company’s profit last year but would drag results this year, Yum officials said it expected the United States and YRI to contribute to operating profit growth as they have in the company’s long-term model for the past several years. “I am optimistic that YRI will have a strong 2013,” said Yum’s president, Rick Carucci. “It should benefit from strong development ...

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