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Starbucks prices criticised in China

Starbucks prices criticised in China | China | Scoop.it

Coffee chain Starbucks is under fire in China for reportedly charging locals higher prices than in other major markets.

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Starbucks to Ramp Up China Business, Triple Outlets and Work Force - Wall Street Journal

Starbucks to Ramp Up China Business, Triple Outlets and Work Force - Wall Street Journal | China | Scoop.it
BloombergStarbucks to Ramp Up China Business, Triple Outlets and Work ForceWall Street JournalBOAO, China—Starbucks Corp.

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Starbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China University - NASDAQ

Starbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China University - NASDAQ | China | Scoop.it
China DailyStarbucks Coffee Opens 100th Store In Beijing;Unveils Starbucks China UniversityNASDAQ(RTTNews.com) - Starbucks Coffee Co. (SBUX) announced Monday that it has opened its100th store in Beijing, China.

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China Is Spending $100 Billion On 4,100 Miles Of New Railway Lines This Year

China Is Spending $100 Billion On 4,100 Miles Of New Railway Lines This Year | China | Scoop.it
“ It said CRC had already put 5,586 km of rail lines into operation since its formation last March following the dissolution of the Ministry of Railways.”
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Revlon to Exit Operations in China, Cut 1,100 Jobs

Revlon to Exit Operations in China, Cut 1,100 Jobs | China | Scoop.it
“ Revlon Inc., the maker of cosmetics under its namesake and Almay brands, will cease operations in China and eliminate about 1,100 positions, including 940 beauty advisers, as it restructures its struggling business.”
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The five Chinese entrepreneurs leading the country's technology revolution - Telegraph

The five Chinese entrepreneurs leading the country's technology revolution - Telegraph | China | Scoop.it
“ From a global online 'anything store’ to high-end smartphones challenging Apple, a generation of billionaire entrepreneurs is rising in the East. We take a closer look at five of them.”
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The Five Biggest Challenges to Doing Business in China

The Five Biggest Challenges to Doing Business in China | China | Scoop.it
“ Read more: http://asiasociety.org/blog/asia/video-five-biggest-challenges-doing-business-china Kent Kedl, greater China and north Asia managing director for ...”
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China overtakes US to become world's biggest goods trader - business live - The Guardian

China overtakes US to become world's biggest goods trader - business live - The Guardian | China | Scoop.it
Economic Times China overtakes US to become world's biggest goods trader - business live The Guardian Some economists are critical of the quality of China's economic data, suggesting it can be distorted by political pressure and the sheer challenge...
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John Culver: Starbucks is a gathering place in China

Starbucks is one of the most recognizable western coffee brands with more than 600 stores in China. John Culver, the CEO of Starbucks Coffee China and Asia P...

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Starbucks China taps check-ins for first mobile ad campaign - Mobile ...

Starbucks China taps check-ins for first mobile ad campaign - Mobile ... | China | Scoop.it
Starbucks China is using mobile advertising to encourage users to check-in on the social network Jiepang as part of a holiday-themed promotion. Chinese users who check-in at locations in China can receive a free increase ...

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China's auto affair drives oil demand

China's auto affair drives oil demand | China | Scoop.it
“ Every two seconds, somewhere across China a customer takes delivery of a new car -- part of a consumer buying blitz that will see China add 21 million new cars, trucks and buses to its fleet total in 2014.”
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Luxury cars drive UK exports to China - Telegraph.co.uk

Luxury cars drive UK exports to China - Telegraph.co.uk | China | Scoop.it
“ Telegraph.co.uk Luxury cars drive UK exports to China Telegraph.co.uk British exports to China are rising at a blistering pace and are poised to overtake those of France for the first time in the modern era, driven by sales of Range Rovers and...”
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British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge | Marketing Magazine

British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge | Marketing Magazine | China | Scoop.it
“ British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge, British Airways' marketing manager for the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Paul Rogers, looks at how Britain and the brand is gaining greater understanding of the needs...”
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China profile

China profile | China | Scoop.it
Provides an overview of China, including key events and facts.
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Starbucks CEO: China is a gold rush

“ Howard Schultz discusses his company's success in the wake of the recession and his plans to make a splash in China.”


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