With Europe’s faltering economy and slowing growth in emerging markets, the world will look to the U.S. for the consumer power needed to stabilize the global economy, which could benefit restaurants, experts said at the 2012 Technomic Trends & Directions Conference Wednesday. RELATED • Card spending at restaurants slows in May • Restaurant comps rise in May • More restaurant industry finance news Speaking during an economic forecast session at the Donald E. ...

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