Starbucks is feeling growing pains in China, which is expected to surpass Canada and become the coffee giant's second-largest market by 2014, including the issue of patrons who linger in the shops without spending. China's tight labor market also makes it tough to find help, an issue the company is addressing with the creation of a new training program dubbed Starbucks China University.
Starbucks addresses growing pains in China
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