(CNNMoney) -- It may be the one market Starbucks isn't trying to saturate.
The coffee chain has issued a statement announcing that neither Starbucks nor CEO Howard Schultz "provides financial support to
The company, which is known for flooding markets with its stores, also pointed out that it closed all of its stores in
Spokesman Jim Olson wouldn't specify what challenges the company faced in
The company has publicly refuted claims about its support for
Olson did not say where the rumors had come from, but a fast-growing campaign on the app Buycott, which is a platform where anyone can start and publicize a boycott, has targeted Starbucks for what it says is the company's support for "the occupation of Palestine."
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