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McDonald's halts U.S. reopening plans

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McDonald's halts U.S. reopening plans

McDonald's halts U.S. reopening plans

U.S. customers that want to dine in at McDonald's will have to wait another 3 weeks in a prolonged shutdown which is sure to bring further pain to the fast food chain.

Gloria Tso reports.

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