Starbucks, Apple and Uniqlo Open Branches in China

Large international companies such as Apple, Ikea, Uniqlo, Starbucks or are reopening stores in China in response to a significant reduction in the new spread of COVID-19 in the country.

According to an official report by the Global Times today, Japanese clothing chain Uniqlo’s stores in China have only closed 20% since last 26th, and that number rose to nearly half on February 7. There are 750 institutions in China. The media also indicated that French department store Galeries Lafayette also reopened its two locations in China-Beijing and Shanghai-yesterday.

Swedish furniture and home chain IKEA announced on January 30 that it will close 33 stores in China until further notice of a coronavirus outbreak.

However, in a statement published yesterday on its official Weibo account, Twitter in China, the statement stated that as “the disease has been effectively controlled in many areas of the country,” it will start on April 1. Opened its four stores. From March 1st, another from March 2nd.

Separately, this week Kevin Johnson, the chief executive of US coffee chain Starbucks, announced that 85% of its stores in China have opened.

According to the Shanghai New Newspaper, 31 of the 42 US stores in the Asian technology company Apple Inc. have closed earlier this month after fear of the disease, and have reopened this week.

The latest official balance sheet provided by the Chinese authorities shows that COVID-19 recorded 327 new cases and 44 deaths in China last year, although the number of new infections and Three deaths.

The National Health Council reported today that China has accumulated 2,788 deaths and 78,824 confirmed cases so far.

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Large international companies such as Apple, Ikea, Uniqlo, Starbucks or are reopening stores in China in response to a significant reduction in the new spread of COVID-19 in the country.

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