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Food for thought

17 February 2017 By Quentin Webb

The burger chain’s $2 bln selloff has been stung by a complaint to regulators. The substance is flimsy, and buyers CITIC and Carlyle can look after themselves. Still, the flap calls into question the idea that strong domestic partners are reliable safeguards against China risk.

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