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Will China Crimp Starbucks Corporation's Growth Plans?

By Asit Sharma - Sep 1, 2015 at 10:10PM

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The volatility in Chinese markets which is roiling world stock exchanges is just one sign of possible headwinds for Starbucks Corporation in its most favored growth market.

Starbucks Corporation (SBUX 2.98%) has a long history of investment in China, and its executives have reason to be paying close attention to recent currency and stock market-driven events which have made headlines, and affected equity markets from Tokyo to the U.S. 

The accompanying slideshow examines risks Starbucks faces in its plans to expand in both China and its larger "China/Asia Pacific," or CAP, segment. To learn more about these developing risks, simply read on.

 
 
 
 

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