On Sunday Patentlly Apple posted a report titled “While the G20 US-China Meeting ends with a 90 Day Halt to new Tariffs.” The news was fairly positive. But big business can’t rely on big maybe’s from governments when the stakes are this high and so we reported yesterday that Foxconn could possibly set up a plant in Vietnam if tensions rise again after the 90 day tariff freeze ends. Now Foxconn’s CEO is turning more pessimistic. Today we learn that Foxconn sees the US-China trade war lasting much longer than most think
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