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And don't miss Andrea Felsted on Britain's restaurant gorge: "Since the U.K. emerged from recession, much of the extra income in consumer pockets has gone on eating out rather than on buying stuff. With inflation outstripping wage growth, that spending on so-called 'experiences' might be reined in, too. Not a happy prospect for restaurant chains in the crowded 'casual-dining' market, nor the private equity groups that back many of them."
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