After spinoff, Yum China faces uncertain path to revive growth

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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Yum China Holdings Inc , newly hived off from its U.S. fast food giant parent, faces a tricky battle to revive sales growth in the country, Chief Executive Micky Pant told Reuters, given the strength of its local rivals and a volatile market.
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