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افتراضي حلقة هامة يشرح فيها الشيخ محمد حسان مناسك الحج
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<p><FONT FACE="Arial" class="NormalMinus1"></p><p><p> By Annie Gasparro </p></p><p> </p><p><p> Starbucks Corp. (SBUX) says that despite concerns about consumer spending in China, the chain's established cafes in the region have maintained double-digit sales growth over the past couple of months. </p></p><p><p> "From a re/gional perspective, we have seen the momentum of our same-store sales in the fourth quarter sustained in the first two months of the current quarter," said Starbucks's president of China and Asia-Pacific, John Culver, at an investor conference Wednesday. </p></p><p><p> In the fourth quarter, which ended Sept. 30, Starbucks's same-store sales, including those at cafes open at least 13 months, rose 10% in the China and Asia-Pacific region. </p></p><p><p> "We continue to see very healthy growth coming out of China," he added. "We are very aware of the economic environment there, but there is clearly a pent-up demand that is in the very nascent stage of us achieving saturation." </p></p><p><p> Other major U.S. restaurant chains in China, such as Yum Brands Inc. (YUM), the owner of KFC and Pizza Hut, and McDonald's Corp. (MCD) have seen sales growth slow in the region recently. Higher food and labor costs have forced eateries to raise menu prices, but Chinese consumers are more cost-conscious due to economic uncertainty, preventing them from spending at the rate they once did. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks says it still sees potential for thousands of cafes in China, and will reach 1,500 there in 2015. </p></p><p> <p> "China has been a gold rush for U.S. companies and, the truth is, China will not be a lasting success for many of them," Chief Executive Howard Schultz said at the conference. The key, he said, is making sure to stay locally relevant. That way, Starbucks won't become a fleeting fad like other American trends. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks says its loyalty program is gaining traction, with three times the penetration of members per store than in the U.S. </p></p><p><p> "The Chinese consumer has embraced this concept," Mr. Culver said. Still, "our most loyal customers are coming to our stores four, five or six times a month, so we have a lot of room to drive frequency there." </p></p><p><p> Also, Starbucks added that as it accelerates development of company-owned stores, they doudoune moncler will become a much bigger contributor to overall revenue, putting less pressure on same-store sales growth. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks currently has about 700 outlets in China, compared to the 11,000 it has in the U.S., its largest market. The company expects China to become its largest market outside the U.S. in 2014. </p></p><p> </p><p><p>Subscribe to WSJ: The Wall Street Journal - Breaking News, Business, Financial and Economic News, World News & Video - Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com </p></p><p><p> (END) Dow Jones Newswires</p></p><p><p> December 05, 2012 14:02 ET doudoune moncler (19:02 GMT)</p></p><p><p> Copyright (c) 2012 Dow Jones &amp; Company, Inc.</p></p><p></FONT></p>







حلقة هامة يشرح فيها الشيخ محمد حسان مناسك الحج
افتراضي Starbucks- Sales Momentum Continues in China, Asia-Pacific
بواسطة ranshenghu

<p><FONT FACE="Arial" class="NormalMinus1"></p><p><p> By Annie Gasparro </p></p><p> </p><p><p> Starbucks Corp. (SBUX) says that despite concerns about consumer spending in China, the chain's established cafes in the region have maintained double-digit sales growth over the past couple of months. </p></p><p><p> "From a re/gional perspective, we have seen the momentum of our same-store sales in the fourth quarter sustained in the first two months of the current quarter," said Starbucks's president of China and Asia-Pacific, John Culver, at an investor conference Wednesday. </p></p><p><p> In the fourth quarter, which ended Sept. 30, Starbucks's same-store sales, including those at cafes open at least 13 months, rose 10% in the China and Asia-Pacific region. </p></p><p><p> "We continue to see very healthy growth coming out of China," he added. "We are very aware of the economic environment there, but there is clearly a pent-up demand that is in the very nascent stage of us achieving saturation." </p></p><p><p> Other major U.S. restaurant chains in China, such as Yum Brands Inc. (YUM), the owner of KFC and Pizza Hut, and McDonald's Corp. (MCD) have seen sales growth slow in the region recently. Higher food and labor costs have forced eateries to raise menu prices, but Chinese consumers are more cost-conscious due to economic uncertainty, preventing them from spending at the rate they once did. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks says it still sees potential for thousands of cafes in China, and will reach 1,500 there in 2015. </p></p><p> <p> "China has been a gold rush for U.S. companies and, the truth is, China will not be a lasting success for many of them," Chief Executive Howard Schultz said at the conference. The key, he said, is making sure to stay locally relevant. That way, Starbucks won't become a fleeting fad like other American trends. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks says its loyalty program is gaining traction, with three times the penetration of members per store than in the U.S. </p></p><p><p> "The Chinese consumer has embraced this concept," Mr. Culver said. Still, "our most loyal customers are coming to our stores four, five or six times a month, so we have a lot of room to drive frequency there." </p></p><p><p> Also, Starbucks added that as it accelerates development of company-owned stores, they doudoune moncler will become a much bigger contributor to overall revenue, putting less pressure on same-store sales growth. </p></p><p><p> Starbucks currently has about 700 outlets in China, compared to the 11,000 it has in the U.S., its largest market. The company expects China to become its largest market outside the U.S. in 2014. </p></p><p> </p><p><p>Subscribe to WSJ: The Wall Street Journal - Breaking News, Business, Financial and Economic News, World News & Video - Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com </p></p><p><p> (END) Dow Jones Newswires</p></p><p><p> December 05, 2012 14:02 ET doudoune moncler (19:02 GMT)</p></p><p><p> Copyright (c) 2012 Dow Jones &amp; Company, Inc.</p></p><p></FONT></p>







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