WASHINGTON Capital expenditures stood at a record low in November as weak sales and pessimistic attitudes about the economy kept operators from spending on their operations, according to the National Restaurant Association. Just 39 percent of operators surveyed monthly by the NRA said that they had either purchased equipment or spent on remodeling or expansion since September, a new record low for the survey. Operators also said they remain hesitant to plan for future ...

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