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Qualcomm seeks to halt Apple's sales & manufacturing of iPhones in China

AppleInsider Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm has filed multiple lawsuits in China, looking to block both sales and manufacturing of iPhones in the country -- something that would cripple Apple worldwide, if successful.
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Oct.15 -- Qualcomm has stepped up its legal fight with Apple, filing lawsuits in China to stop the manufacture and sale of iPhones in the country. Bloomberg's Peter Elstrom reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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