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Apple tightens Hong Kong returns policy ahead of new iPhone launch

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Apple customers at its store in Hong Kong, where lower taxes and duties have made it lucrative for touts to buy Apple products for resale to those in the mainland who are unwilling to wait.

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APPLE Inc is making it harder for touts to profit from buying iPhones in Hong Kong only to sell them on the black market in China.

From Aug 15, all products bought online from Apple in Hong Kong became ineligible for return or exchange unless they are defective, the company

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