Apple To Open New Stores In Two Chinese Cities In Order To Get Huge Boost In The Country

Posted on Jun 6 2012 - 7:08am by Editorial Staff

Despite being the fact that Apple was in long-run legal battle over iPad trademark with Proview in China, the company is reportedly looking out to open flagship stores in the major Chinese cities of Chengdu and Shenzhen, Reuters reports. Opening of stores in new cities will help Apple gets a huge boost in the country although the company currently having five stores on the mainland, with three in Shanghai and two in Beijing.

An official with the Market Supervision Administration name as Ni said the company already submitted documents to the Shenzhen government to open a store in Holiday Plaza, an upscale mall in the Nanshan district. “Apple is in the final stage and only needs to submit an environmental permit in order to gain approval,” he said.

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