• Cramer: Here's why China won't boycott Apple as part of its trade war with the US

    7 monthes ago - By CNBC

    Jim Cramer predicts China would target other companies before going after Apple.
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  • Apple Could Be China's ‘Bargaining Chip' in U.S. Trade War, State-Run Media Warns

    7 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Apple might find itself in the middle of a possible trade war between the U.S. and China, a state-run media outlet said on Tuesday.
    The state-run People's Daily published a strongly worded story on Tuesday, saying that Apple has benefited greatly from China. The report said that China is “by far the most important overseas market” for the iPhone maker and absent improved relations between the U.S. and China over trade, Apple might find itself in the crosshairs.
    “China doesn't want to close its doors to Apple despite the trade conflict, but if the US company wants to earn good money in...
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  • The View From London: We're In A Full-Scale China Trade War

    7 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Mini-trade war or full-scale trade war? The Economist intel unit says full-scale has begun.
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  • Consultants cash in on U.S.-China trade war

    7 monthes ago - By Reuters

    U.S. and Chinese firms are rushing for outside expertise on how to handle fallout from an escalating trade war. As Eve Johnson reports, consultants on everything from management to logistics are seeing soaring demand for their services.
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  • Trump's China trade war pulls consumer tech into crossfire

    7 monthes ago - By Chron

    SAN FRANCISCO - The prices of headphones, speakers, high-tech lighting and internet service could all go up if the U.S. trade war with China continues.
    The Trump administration's hit list of Chinese products facing import taxes includes key components used in gadgets that can be wirelessly operated through a smartphone or another device. The tariffs also will nail networking equipment that makes the internet work.
    It remains unclear how much prices might rise, partly because the next round of tariffs won't be imposed until the fall.
    Big companies might cover the extra costs rather than...
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