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McDonald's Japan hikes prices on rising food costs

Increases hit 20% of in-store menu and nearly all deliveries

McDonald's Japan last embarked on wide-ranging hikes in 2013. It raised the price of a hamburger to 120 yen from 100 yen, only to lower it back to 100 yen in 2014.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- McDonald's Japan will raise prices on menu items for the first time in years as costs rise for ingredients, labor and logistics.

The changes announced Friday affect 13 products ordered in-store -- 20% or so of the menu. Hamburgers will go up to 130 yen ($1.12) from 110 yen.

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