CHINA/TAIWAN: Starbucks to expand by 10% next year in China and Taiwan
The chairman of US-based coffee giant Starbucks has revealed that the company plans to increase its number of outlets in China and Taiwan by more than 10% next year. Chairman Howard Schultz said the company began with modest goals upon entering the Taiwanese market in 1998 because of the fact that it is a mainly tea-drinking region.
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