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Apple wants to move a huge chunk of iPhone production away from China and cut its exposure to the trade war

Business Insider Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Apple wants to move a huge chunk of iPhone production away from China and cut its exposure to the trade war· *Apple is seriously thinking about shifting a big chunk of its production out of China, Nikkei Asian Review reports.*
· *Anonymous sources told Nikkei that Apple asked its biggest suppliers to calculate what it would cost to move between 15% to 30% of its production away from China.*
· *Apple wants to make the shift to...
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According to Business Insider, Apple is seriously considering moving a huge chunk of its manufacturing away from China. Anonymous sources told Nikkei Asian Review that Apple asked its biggest suppliers to calculate what it would cost to move between 15% to 30% of its production away from...

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