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A woman passes by a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet in Shanghai on January 9, 2013.  Chinese customers of KFC, the biggest fast food chain in the country, said they would still patronise it despite a government food safety investigation which has hit sales. US-based Yum! Brands Inc., whose portfolio includes KFC and Pizza Hut, said this week that sales in its key China market were forecast to fall more than expected in the fourth quarter in the wake of the probe into excess antibiotic levels in chickens.     AFP /PETER PARKS

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