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US-China Trade War May Trigger Profound Changes For Apple

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US-China Trade War May Trigger Profound Changes For Apple

US-China Trade War May Trigger Profound Changes For Apple

The escalating trade war between the US and China could lead major phone brands like Apple to shift their centers of production.

Foxconn is Apple's biggest iPhone manufacturer.

And according to Business Insider, the company said it could move all production of US-bound iPhones out of China if needed.

That would mean changes for its supply chains and likely require new facilities.

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