Apple Looks To Grow Some New Roots | The Big Take

Apple Looks To Grow Some New Roots | The Big Take

The story of Apple’s rise to become the world’s most valuable company is also the story of its relationship with China. Apple’s vast manufacturing and supply chain operation there has been one of the keys to its success.

So why is Apple looking to expand its operations to India and other countries?

Bloomberg’s chief technology correspondent Mark Gurman ( joins this episode to look at how shifts in the global economy, and rising tensions between Washington and Beijing, have led Apple to diversify where it makes its products. And Taipei-based senior reporter Debby Wu ( talks about the challenges the company faces in trying to recreate its success in other countries.

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