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Q: Does anyone know when the Starbucks in Nanning will be opening?

According to an article about Minge Lake Ba,r Starbucks is supposed to be opening a store here in Nanning. Anyone know when?

9 years 38 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Nanning

 
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During a recent flight, I just happened to sit next to an Starbuck's executive and I did ask him exactly the same question.  His reply was "Nanning in particular I do not know now, but during 2012 our goal is to open 500 new franchises in China". 
It does not share much light, but at least tells me that Nanning is consideed, and a bunch of new stores will be opening in the next 12 months.

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I have lived in Nanning for 1 1/2 years and I do know there is a Starbuck's in a new shopping center they opened in September of last year. It is called MixC.

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is already open bug is near Walmart

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is already open bug is near Walmart

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I know of our in Nanning already, one in MixC shopping mall, a second a couple of blocks east of there behind the new building with the red roof, one at the Admiral City mall, and one in the city centre a short walk from the Nanning hotel. There probably are more but they are just the ones I know.

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you should rather be asking when someone will open a store that will provide good coffee at reasonable prices. Starbucks is OK, but you can get better coffee for half the price. 

 

Note. Starbucks is usually sold as franchises like most other international chains, and the franchise owner will typically get an entire city/district, so if there is one Starbucks you can be sure there will be another (or 10)

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