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Apple's reputation is tanking with patriotic Chinese consumers thanks to Trump's trade war

Business Insider Thursday, 19 September 2019
Apple's reputation is tanking with patriotic Chinese consumers thanks to Trump's trade war**

· *Apple has tumbled in a ranking of China's top brands put together by US consultancy firm, Prophet.*
· The results showed that Chinese consumers are becoming increasingly patriotic when it comes to the brands that they choose to use and experts say this is due to the US-China trade war and Trump's ban on Huawei.
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In the latest brand relevance index conducted by brand consultant, Prophet... American tech giant, Apple, has slipped in this year’s ranking from 11th in 2018 to 24th. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

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