Apple tariff exemptions approved by US trade regulators
Sunday, 22 September 2019 Donald Trump has been using the threat of tariffs as a way to force companies to produce goods within the US rather than manufacturing them abroad cheaply and importing them. Now US trade regulators have now approved exemptions for the Mac Pro, with the possibility of wider implications. Apple had requested a total of 15 exemptions, and according to a public docket published by the US Trade Representative and a Federal Register notice, 10 of these have been approved. See also: Apple is still trying to avoid paying a $14 billion tax bill in Europe Apple disputes Goldman Sachs' negative… [Continue Reading]
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