Sa Sa’s turnover in Hong Kong and Macau thus rose by 35.3% from HK$1,629.4 million to HK$2,205 million during the period, with same store sales rising by 24.1%. According to the group, this growth was mainly driven by buoyant local demand and purchases of tourists from Mainland China. “Turnover growth was driven more by the number of transactions than average value per transaction, reflecting a growing and vibrant customer base, although both figures recorded an increase,” the company said in a release.
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Sa Sa carries on investments in mainland China despite losses