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Apple opens first store in Hong Kong

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Sep 2011 17:42 User comments (4)

Apple opens first store in Hong Kong Apple has opened its first store in Hong Kong this week, in an effort to slow down the ever-growing gray market for Apple products in the nation.
Thousands of fans showed up and some camped out for 2 days to be the first into the store.

Located in the International Financial Center Mall, the store follows the trend of other similar locations and includes a glass spiral staircase.

There are now 4 Apple store in China, and the expansion to the nation is seen as the key to future earnings growth for China.

Revenue was up 600 percent from 2010 in the Greater China region and expected to keep growing.



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4 user comments

125.9.2011 1:06

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There are now 4 Apple store in China
Actually there are at least a dozen...it is just that most of them sell unlocked, stolen phones, and the rest sell clones.

225.9.2011 4:42

more appple to crapple fans


Being nice always has its own consequences

325.9.2011 16:33

... It's knock off counterpart is directly across the street for all your accessory needs!


425.9.2011 20:42

Originally posted by LordRuss:
... It's knock off counterpart is directly across the street for all your accessory needs!
that's whats so great about china. they have a knockoff for every thing you can possibly imagine. hell even some of the Knockoff stuff works better than the original. the Knock off of a Knock off are the ones you have to be careful with.


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