Erdogan to Boycott IPhones as Turkey’s Row With U.S. Escalates

Erdogan to Boycott IPhones as Turkey’s Row With U.S. Escalates

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to boycott American electronics, including Apple Inc.’s iPhone, as he retaliates against Donald Trump’s attempts to isolate his economy. After the U.S. imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers and amid growing domestic pressure from businesses and banks to contain a currency crisis, Erdogan said he wouldn’t back down in the face of the economic attack against his country. “There is a cost for those who are plotting the operation” against Turkey, he said in televised remarks from Ankara, without specifying when the boycott would start or how it would be enforced.

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