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  • Chinese consumers are less interested in American tech
  • Chinese consumers are less interested in American tech
    Kevin Grieve (2018) ©
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Chinese consumers are less interested in American tech

A decline in Apple’s sales may signal a decreasing interest in American tech among Chinese consumers. The net of slowing economic growth, a spillover from politics into consumer sales could contribute to Chinese people redirecting their demands towards tech from homegrown brands.

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