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Popular American brands in China (39 images)

American culture, especially clothing, music, movies and food, is widely promoted throughout China's major cities as the country continues to open up to Western culture.
Chinese Hooters waitresses pose for a photographs in the first Hooters restaurant to be opened in Beijing October 25, 2007. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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Chinese staff working at a Texas barbecue restaurant celebrate America's Independence Day in downtown Beijing on July 4, 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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A Chinese security guard tries to prevent photos being taken of an American clothing store, which uses photos of young, topless Chinese models to advertise its clothing, in Beijing on December 16, 2014. American culture, especially clothing, music, movies and food, is widely promoted throughout China's major cities as the country continues to open up to Western culture. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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A Chinese-made iPhone Six body lotion is sold at a beauty and cosmetics shop in downtown Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou Province, on May 1, 2015. China is predicted to be Apple's largest market outside of the United States, with Chinese consumers spending millions on all things Apple. Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI
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Chinese use Tide laundry detergent to wash clothes in the Yalu River near North Korea (background) in Dandong, China's largest border city with North Korea, in Liaoning Province, on May 30, 2015. China remains North Korea's most important ally, providing Pyongyang with most of its food and energy supplies and comprises over sixty percent of its total trade volume. North Korea's economic dependence on China continues to grow due to international sanctions, as indicated by the significant trade imbalance between the two countries. Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI
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Chinese paramilitary soldiers drill outside an Outback Steakhouse in Beijing on May 13, 2010. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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Chinese workers dressed like storm troopers distribute auto parts fliers at Auto China 2014, billed as one of the largest auto shows in the world, in Beijing on April 24, 2014. Strong demand for new cars throughout China has laid the foundation for domestic and international carmakers to expand both production and marketing in the world's most populous country. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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