Trumps says US mulling tariff exemptions for Apple in China trade war

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US President Donald Trump said that his administration was considering whether to exempt Apple from tariffs imposed on China in an ongoing trade spat.

China is a crucial for Apple, as it is one of largest consumer markets and it has many production facilities there.  

In September the company already received some tariff exemption as the trade wars started hurting the company.

Tim Cook promised to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy between 2018 and 2023 and leave the production of Mac Books in Austin.

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