The founder of Apple's biggest iPhone assembler is urging the company to move its production out of China as trade tensions escalate (AAPL)
Friday, 21 June 2019 · Foxconn's founder is encouraging Apple to shift its iPhone production from China to Taiwan amidst rising tensions between the US and China, according to Bloomberg and The Associated Press.
· His comments follow a report from earlier this week that suggested Apple is urging its suppliers to look into moving between 15% and...
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