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Why Starbucks Still Has a Long Growth Runway in Asia

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Few American consumer brands have developed the kind of following that Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) has in China. The coffee giant is opening 500 stores a year in China and is expanding in other markets in the region like Southeast Asia. In this episode of The Five, recorded on Sept. 1, Fool contributors Jeremy Bowman and Jason Hall dig into Starbucks' growth drivers and explain why it remains a top hospitality stock.

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