Apple’s latest approach has already drawn criticism because the business does not support suppliers that see Taiwan as an independent nation. The outrage was in reaction to Apple’s demands that Taiwan suppliers use the ‘Made in China’ labels.
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After a contentious visit to the island, Apple has informed suppliers that everything that exported from Taiwan must bear a “Made in China” tag in order to properly abide with Chinese customs requirements, according to Nikkei Asia.
The rule, which has been in place for some time, hasn’t been enforced. It is necessary for shipments from Taiwan to indicate the fact that it is a component of the People’s Republic of China.
Apple reportedly advised suppliers to consider the situation cautiously to prevent any disruptions brought on by customs withholding shipments.
According to Insider Paper, Apple’s approach has already drawn criticism because the business does not permit suppliers that see Taiwan as an independent nation to “opt out” of labeling their products as “Made in China.”
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Maybe vendors that break the rule can hire John Cena to make amends?