Oct 6- Yum Brands Inc said on Tuesday sales at established restaurants in its top market of China rose far less than expected for the third quarter, sending its shares down more than 17 percent in extended trading. China is Yum's biggest market for profit and sales, and its challenges there appear to be changing from reputational to economic.» Read More
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