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Leading political scientist thinks Apple’s headed for trouble in China

[2019-02-08 13:30:26]

Apple has increasingly focused on China as its future biggest market, but its future in the country may not be quite as rosy as once predicted. Speaking at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit, political scientist Ian Bremmer suggested that Apple won’t have much of a business in China “within five to 10 years max.” And ...

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