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  • KFC in China turns into a hangout space
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KFC in China turns into a hangout space

After a health and safety scare, KFC sales in China fell by 29% in just one month. Now, in an attempt to gain some of their original traction back, KFC outlets in China are being transformed into Starbucks-esque venues that encourage customers to relax and hang out.

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