The beverage giant is bullish on the country, seeing an untapped rural market and growing middle class as key growth drivers.
The same-store sales increase in the company's most recent quarter was driven by a 6% increase in traffic and a 3% increase in the average ticket.
The country's power-grid giants could make life harder for automakers by pushing a costly and difficult requirement for electric vehicles.
With the introduction of its lightest roast ever in January, the company is attempting to reach a broader range of coffee drinkers.
The advancement of tablets and smartphones has made Internet and mobile sales a prime strategy for many companies.
The company will own a full range of cloud-based products with its acquisition of RightNow Technologies.
The company finalized the deal in anticipation of heavy competition in the world's fastest-growing beverage market.
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