A week ago, Apple removed from the App Store app that used the protesters in Hong Kong. Many have criticized the company for this decision, accusing it of pandering to the interests of the Chinese authorities. Now it turned out that Apple CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook), met with government to discuss prospects of development of the “Apple” of the company.
Media reported that the head of the State administration for market supervision of China met in Beijing with Tim cook. There they discussed a wide range of issues, including “increased investment and business development in China, the protection of consumer rights and the implementation of corporate social responsibility”.
Recall, the Apple remote app protesters in Hong Kong used to track the location of police officers. Protests in the area are due to the authorities ‘ attempts to pass a bill on extradition.
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