“It’s official. Apple has just announced the very first Hong Kong Apple store will be opening on this coming Saturday (September 24th),” Star Chang reports for M.I.C. Gadget.
“According to local Hong Kong media reports, this will be Apple’s most expensive store to date, spanning 20,000 square feet and two floors in a posh Hong Kong shopping mall, and it costs $20 million to build,” Chang reports. “The store counts as China’s sixth Apple Store, after two in Beijing and three in Shanghai. Yes, Shanghai will have three Apple store before HK store grand opening, their third store will be first to open this coming Friday (September 23th). However unlike on mainland China, consumers in Hong Kong do not have to pay a value-added tax (sales tax); in China, the sales tax on Apple products is a whopping 20 percent!”
“On September 20th, Apple has pulled the curtains off!” Chang reports.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]