The Corporate and Unallocated column in the above tables includes, among other amounts, all amounts that we have deemed Special Items. See Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measurements to GAAP Results.

 

YUM! Brands, Inc. Segment Results (amounts in millions) (unaudited)
 
Year to Date Ended 6/16/12     China     YRI    

UnitedStates
    India    

CorporateandUnallocated
    Consolidated
Total revenues $ 2,774   $ 1,478   $ 1,618   $ 41   $   $ 5,911  
 
Company restaurant expenses 2,212 956 1,052 32 (9 ) 4,243
General and administrative expenses 129 184 212 10 83 618
Franchise and license expenses 3 21 28 52
Closures and impairment (income) expenses 3 2 5
Refranchising (gain) loss (39 ) (39 )
Other (income) expense   (11 )   (1 )           (74 )   (86 )
  2,336     1,160     1,294     42     (39 )   4,793  
Operating Profit (loss) $ 438   $ 318   $ 324   $ (1 ) $ 39   $ 1,118  
 
 
 
 
Year to Date Ended 6/11/11 China YRI

UnitedStates
India

CorporateandUnallocated
Consolidated
Total revenues $ 2,086   $ 1,388   $ 1,736   $ 31   $   $ 5,241  
 
Company restaurant expenses 1,604 886 1,229 23 (6 ) 3,736
General and administrative expenses 104 167 203 9 80 563
Franchise and license expenses 1 22 41 (1 ) 63
Closures and impairment (income) expenses 3 9 10 66 88
Refranchising (gain) loss 3 3
Other (income) expense   (23 )       (2 )       (7 )   (32 )
  1,689     1,084     1,481     32     135     4,421  
Operating Profit (loss) $ 397   $ 304   $ 255   $ (1 ) $ (135 ) $ 820  
 

The above tables reconcile segment information, which is based on management responsibility, with our Condensed Consolidated Summary of Results. Corporate and unallocated expenses comprise items that are not allocated to segments for performance reporting purposes.

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