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Chinatown-150.jpgOnly 51% of the approximately 300 restaurants in NYC's Chinatown have an "A" rating, versus 80% of restaurants citywide. Restaurant owners say their "B" and "C" letter grades negatively "affect revenue by as much as 25%" and bring hefty fines, with restaurants in Chinatown paying an estimated $600,000 in fines over the past year. [Crain's New York Business]
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