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Apple's Cook meets China regulator after pulling Hong Kong app

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook met the chief of China's market regulator in Beijing on Thursday, the Chinese agency said, a week after the U.S. firm was thrust into the midst of political tensions between the mainland and protesters in Hong Kong.
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