After numerous reports of fake Apple Stores popping up, Chinese authorities are investigating a copycat store in the city of Kunming. Apple has four official stores in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai and the company’s success has brought high demand for its products. Apple products are allowed to be resold by authorized dealers, but many stores are simply ripping off the brand. Read the full article at


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