Apple is unlikely to lower price of products in India, says analyst
19 April 2023 | 5:17 am
Martin Yang of Oppenheimer says Apple is probably not willing to "lower its price relative to other markets … just for the sake of gaining market share in the near term," as there is a good number customers who will be willing to pay a premium price for its products.
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