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Why Starbucks has been slow to make the international commerce centre its main focus

Starbucks is slowly making its mark on the global commerce scene.

The coffee giant has a presence in more than 50 countries, and its international commerce center is the most prominent place where consumers can shop and shop online.

But its focus on the centre has been mixed at best.

Now, it has announced it will open the centre to merchants on a permanent basis.

The initiative, launched last year, is aimed at giving merchants access to more than 20 million square feet of space.

But the coffee giant’s business is already in flux.

Last year, Starbucks said it would close its new store in Shanghai, and in the coming weeks, it will move its global business headquarters from London to Dublin.

The move comes as Starbucks is facing pressure from investors to cut costs.

The company also announced last month it will stop accepting payments from overseas banks, including those from Visa and MasterCard.

As a result, Starbucks is reportedly trying to make its international operations more flexible.

In its statement on Monday, Starbucks noted that it was opening a new store for merchants in Shanghai “on a permanent and permanent basis.”

“We’re committed to bringing Starbucks’ international footprint to a higher level of service,” it said.

“This will mean opening new stores in China, Brazil, and the U.S. and will give us more flexibility in our approach to opening new locations.”

Starbucks is one of the few companies in the world that has an online store for its customers to buy goods and services online.

The global coffee giant is also expanding its online store offerings in other parts of the world, including Brazil.

But this move comes just weeks after Starbucks announced it would shut its London location, which had been a popular stop for international shoppers.

The London store is slated to close in the summer.