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Soup Still Free at Chinese Restaurants

China Press, Posted: May 12, 2009

NEW YORK The ongoing economic crisis has forced restaurants to operate differently in order to survive, the China Press reports. While many American and European-style restaurants are charging for bread, butter and even water, which previously were free for customers, Chinese restaurants still offer free soup with lunch, fruit and dessert after dinner free. Some restaurants have even lowered their entree prices in order to attract more customers. At the same time, they spend more on advertisements, hoping to draw new customers.


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