Hong Kong Looks to Lure Shoppers from Mainland China – Stephanie Wong

From Taipei Times:

Elements, Hong Kong’s latest colossal shopping mall and luxury goods temple, is a living illustration of the city’s bid to lure a new generation of brand-mad spenders from the Chinese mainland.

The new development has a massive 1,115m2 Gucci store, not to mention Prada, Ferragamo and Versace boutiques. It has a direct rail link to Hong Kong’s airport and buses to and from Shenzhen airport just over the border to draw some of the more than 10 million mainland visitors who pour into the southern territory each year….[Full Text]

January 19, 2008 8:07 PM
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