China retailers slash iPhone prices after Apple sales warning
Friday, 11 January 2019 () Several Chinese electronics retailers including Alibaba-backed Suning and JD.com have slashed iPhone prices this week, after Apple recently blamed poor sales of the smartphone in the country for a rare revenue warning.
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After iPhone-maker Apple blamed much of its revenue slump on the country’s slowing economy, the focus shifts to Starbucks, Nike and others with big exposure. Wall Street Journal - Asia-PacificAlso reported by •S.China Morning Post
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