Apple to open first store in Hong Kong

The store follows a surge in consumer demand for Apple's products in the booming Asian market
 Apple is looking to expand in the Asian market


Apple has announced plans to open its first store in Hong Kong in an attempt to capture a greater share of the booming Asian market.
China has been a fast growing market for Apple. The company already has four stores in China and it also sells its products through a number of authorised resellers across China.
Its Beijing and Shanghai outlets are among the most popular Apple stores globally.
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Fake Apple stores have appeared all over the country at a disturbing rate this year as unauthorised sellers have looked to cash in on a rising demand for the company’s popular products.  
Apple has previously spoken of opening 25 stores in China but so far its expansion in the market has been slow.  
It is not yet known when the new Apple Hong Kong store will open.
Apple is also planning to open an additional store in Shanghai, which will be the company’s largest in China. 
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