Apple is restarting pre-Covid plans to diversify more of its production away from China, where currently 90% of its products are made. The iPhone-maker is looking to contract with more manufacturers in Southeast Asia and India as a way to reduce its reliance on China, The Wall Street Journal said. Those plans had been stalled by the Covid-19 pandemic in those regions. But now, as China’s Covid...
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