"Not only will China one day be bigger than the U.S., but our business in China will demonstrate that we will be one of the...most significant winners in terms of a Western consumer brand," said CEO Howard Schultz. For more on Starbucks’ business in China, see this Bloomberg article titled "Faster Frappuccinos in China as Starbucks joins WeChat payments."
Opinion: China’s plans to develop its stock and currency markets need to pay more attention to transparency, corporate governance and other fundamentals
"The more China prioritizes attracting foreign cash over fixing internal vulnerabilities, the more it’s just sharing its bubbles and volatility with an already jittery world," writes William Pesek.
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