Even with new Starbucks cafés opening in China every nine hours on average, the Seattle-based coffee company has its sights set on a major expansion, one that experts fear will embolden China and put the U.S. at risk.
Fast Company reports that Starbucks' explosive growth in China – there are more locations in Shanghai than in any other city in the world – is part of a vision that the company has had for nearly 30 years.
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