“Apple Inc is planning to open its first Apple Store in Taiwan, a move that comes after the U.S. technology giant raised $1.38 billion in a bond offering last month on the island that is home to many companies in its supply chain,” J.R. Wu reports for Reuters.

“Apple was seeking “a leader for personnel training plans for the Taiwan Apple Store” and other retail positions indicating it was looking for a team in Taiwan, according to job postings dated Friday on Apple’s website,” Wu reports. “The Cupertino, California-based company confirmed it had plans to open the first Apple Store in Taiwan, but provided no other details.”

Wu reports, “The Apple Store is the envy of many in the retail world, with the highest sales per square foot in the industry…”

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MacDailyNews Take: Congrats, Taiwan!