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Cheaper meals are back in China, Japan and U.S. -- for different reasons

Cheaper meals are back in China, Japan and U.S. -- for different reasons
McDonald's fights inflation fatigue with $5 deal while Chinese chain offers $1 breakfast

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Haidilao, a popular Chinese hot pot chain, has recently opened a new low-price hot pot chain. In response to economic challenges, restaurants in both the US and China are offering lower prices to attract customers. For example, a McDonald's in New York City is offering $5 meal deals, which would normally cost $8.96 if purchased separately. This move is aimed at bringing customers back amid economic difficulties.

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