Starbucks Corp. plans to triple the size of its work force and network of shops in China over the next three years, a top executive at the Seattle-based coffee chain said Sunday.

The company currently has about 10,000 employees for more than 500 stores in China, said John Culver, head of China and Asia Pacific business at Starbucks.

He said the company would accelerate growth in China, a country with thousands of years of tea culture, to capture the growing taste for coffee.

SOURCE: online.wsj.com

 

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