Starbucks to leave Russia
Starbucks will exit the Russian market after nearly 15 years, the corporation announced today.
The coffee chain has 130 stores in Russia and nearly 2,000 employees , who will continue to be paid over the next six months, as the corporation stated it will continue supporting its Russian staff, Qazet.az reports.
All Starbucks stores in Russia were temporarily closed in March as all of its business activity was suspended due to the invasion of Ukraine.
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