Impact of China’s Protests on Apple Production

Impact of china's protests on apple production

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Impact of China’s Protests on Apple Production” – below is their description.

Morning Consult APAC Geopolitical Risk Analyst Scott Moskowitz joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the impact of protests at Apple’s largest iPhone plant and elsewhere in the country, and what it means for its Covid Zero policy.

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