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McDonald's Japan raises prices again on higher ingredient costs

Mister Donut also opts for second increase this year

A McDonald's hamburger will cost 150 yen, up 20 yen, starting Friday. (Photo courtesy of McDonald's Holdings (Japan))

TOKYO -- McDonald's Holdings (Japan) will raise menu prices for the second time this year, the fast-food chain said Monday, seeking to offset higher ingredient costs caused by a weak yen.

Prices will increase between 10 yen and 30 yen (7 cents and 21 cents) for a range of products starting Friday.

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