McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) said its global comparable-store sales slipped 0.3% in February amid weakness in the U.S. and Asia.The world's biggest burger chain said the key sales metric that gauges franchises open for at least 13 months dropped 1.6% for the U.S. market in February. McDonald's pinned the weakness on severe weather, as well as "industry dynamics."The Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa segment saw a 2.6% tumble on weakness in Japan and a shift in the timing of the Chinese New Year.Europe's comp. sales edged up by 0.6%, helped by strong performance in the UK and France that offset weakness in Germany."McDonald's global growth priorities - optimizing our menu, modernizing the customer experience and broadening accessibility to Brand McDonald's - are the foundation of our customer-centric approach to building our business for the long term," McDonald's CEO Don Thompson said in a statement....
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