ISRAEL: Starbucks Israel lays off staff due to hostilities
Starbucks Israel is laying off more than 20 employees, among them several who were trained at Starbucks main headquarters in the US with a view to becoming managers of new coffee shops due to be set up throughout the country within the next few years. According to a report in Yediot Ahronot, the move taken by Starbucks Israel is the result of a significant decline in the number of people patronising the coffee shops, due to the hostilities in the region.
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