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Politics : Formerly About Apple, Inc. Unmoderated
AAPL 267.96+0.7%Apr 9 3:59 PM EDT

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To: lucky_limey who wrote (8355)6/19/2019 7:43:51 PM
From: J.F. Sebastian   of 10409
Report claims trade resolution will not lead to change in the company's decision
No reason it should. With labor costs rising in China and the idea of supporting an untrustworthy Communist turd of a government that has never respected IP (or human) rights becomes increasingly unsavory, Apple and all other Western companies having products made in China will be smart to look elsewhere.

We'll see how resolute president Xi's regime is if companies start leaving in droves over the next few years, their economy falters, and more of their people are out of work.

I hope that happens regardless of what Trump does or if he's reelected or not.
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