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Apple seeing minimal disruption from trade war, analyst Ives says

By Bloomberg
09 June 2019   |   1:54 pm
Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities managing director and equity analyst, discusses the impact of China-U.S. trade tensions on Apple Inc.'s supply chain with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

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