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MacSurfer's Archive: Thursday, July 11, 2019


  • "Apple begins exporting India-made iPhones to European markets: Industry watchers believe Apple is treating India more as a production hub than a significant market."  The Economic Times 7:42 AM
  • "iPhones made in India now being exported to European markets, not simply sold domestically" 9to5Mac 7:43 AM
  • "Apple's India-made top-end iPhones to hit stores next month: source" Reuters 1:14 PM
  • "For These Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook Executives, Life Is About to Get Very Unpleasant (All Because of What Congress Just Announced)"  Inc. 10:04 AM
  • "Donald Trump Throws a Tax Bomb at Emmanuel Macron" ["The likes of Alphabet Inc.'s Google and Apple Inc. have been up in arms about what they describe as an unfair tariff on Silicon Valley. And now they've been joined by their government, which is starting a probe of the French tax under Section 301 of the U.S. Trade Act, alleging harm against American interests."] Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:39 AM
  • "President Trump 'concerned' about French law targeting tech giants" ["The President has ordered an investigation into France's planned tax on tech companies. This tax would likely hit major tech companies, including Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon. A representative for U.S. Trade said that it 'unfairly targets' American companies."] Cult of Mac 7:38 AM
  • "United States Trade Representative launches investigation into France's digital tax for good reasons—and should look into copyright law, too" Foss Patents 8:03 AM
  • "UK braves US ire by pressing ahead with tax on tech companies: Move comes hours after Washington threatens sanctions against France for similar levy" ["Treasury ministers and officials were under little illusion that their proposed tax on UK revenues of the likes of Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon would irritate US president Donald Trump's administration, but they stuck to their original timetable for the finance bill's publication."] Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 11:13 AM