HONG KONG: Gap opens first flagship, eyes China growth
By Leonie Barrie | 25 November 2011
US specialty clothing retailer Gap Inc today (25 November) opened its first flagship store in Hong Kong as part of ongoing plans to expand the international reach of its brands - and aims to triple its stores in the country by the end of its next financial year.
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