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Apple Asks Taiwan Suppliers To Label Products As ‘Made In China’

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  • Apple has asked Taiwan-based suppliers to use the “made in China” label, as the firm reportedly wants products to comply with Bejing rule in a bid to avoid disruption from Chinese customs inspections.
  • According to Nikkei, the company wants manufacturers on the island to label components bound for China as made in “Chinese Taipei” or “Taiwan, China.”
  • A long-standing Chinese directive requires this label to be applied on all components bound for mainland China, but the rule was previously not heavily enforced.

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