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We've discovered during this quarter that a lot of companies are generating a lot of sales from China. Apple reported that iPhone sales increased fivefold over the past quarter in China, while Starbucks reported that growth there is reminiscent of U.S. growth in the 1990s. And, of course, other U.S. companies like Yum! Brands and Nike are also doing a lot of business over there. John is very intrigued by this big global trend, and is particularly excited by the long-term prospects of Starbucks in China.
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