Apple's Q2 revenue in China, including Taiwan and Hong Kong, reached $3.8 billion, six times that seen in the same period last year.Apple to open its first store in Hong Kong and another in Shanghai by year's end, a spokeswoman said on Sept. 6, as the maker of the iconic iPhone sets its sights on the booming China market. The company, which already has four stores in mainland China, is aiming to open both new locations before year's end, she said, without confirming dates.
Apple products are currently available in Hong Kong through registered dealers or online.
Some die-hard fans in China -- which has the world's largest online population with 485 million users -- queue for days to get their hands on the latest Apple products.
So the union can yell and call all the names it wants...................that is not going to bring the jobs back to the United States of America.