Trump says looking at whether Apple should be exempt from China tariffs

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© Reuters. U.S. President Trump tours Apple Computer plant in Austin, Texas© Reuters. U.S. President Trump tours Apple Computer plant in Austin, Texas

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he was considering whether to exempt Apple Inc (O:) from tariffs on Chinese imports.

“We’re looking at that,” Trump said in answer to a reporter’s question about the tariffs. He spoke after touring a plant in Austin with Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook that assembles Apple computers.

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