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Apple CEO told Trump tariffs are `not the right approach’

By Bloomberg
16 May 2018   |   4:48 am
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he criticized Donald Trump’s approach to trade with China in a recent White House meeting, while urging the president to address the legal status of immigrants known as Dreamers.

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