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TAIPEI -- Gap will officially open its first Taiwan flagship store on March 8 as part of its ongoing strategy to expand Gap’s global footprint. With plans to open about 30 Gap stores across its Greater China region, including three in Taiwan, the brand expects to have more than 100 stores by the end of fiscal 2014.
“Our Taiwan entry builds on the strong performance Gap has had in other international markets, showing how the brand resonates with customers around the world,” said Jeff Kirwan, president, Greater China, Gap Inc. “We see Taiwan as an important milestone in our regional expansion and a market with ample opportunity for growth.”