This decision could trigger the anger of President Donald Trump, pushing companies, including Apple, to produce in the US.
pple has decided to transfer the production of one of its computer models, the new Mac Pro, from the United States in China, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, even as the two countries were pushed into a trade war.
According to the US business diary, citing unspecified sources, the company chose the Taiwanese supplier, Quanta Computer, to compile its devices in China near Shanghai while the current models were assembled in Texas.
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If Mac Pro is a small niche for Apple, that decision could trigger the anger of President Donald Trump, who constantly pushes companies, including Apple, to produce in the United States.