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Some Apple Devices Will Be Assembled In Vietnam According To Report

The trade dispute between USA and China seems to be causing more damaging and disintegration of business as Apple asked Foxconn to move some iPad and MacBook manufacturing capacity to Vietnam, according to the report which doesn't seems to end anytime soon. Apple said the assembly lines are set to start production in the first half of next year at Foxconn’s Bac Giang province.

Reuters’ report doesn’t state which iPad or Mac models will be assembled in Vietnam, nor what proportion of Apple’s total production will shift out of China. But these wouldn’t be the first Apple products to be assembled in Vietnam, Apple started producing AirPods Pro units there earlier this year. Apple has also used India for production of certain iPhone models for a while, although that mostly predates the US-China trade war and helps the company meet local import regulations.

Nikkei reported earlier this week that Foxconn is planning a $270 million investment in Vietnam to expand its manufacturing capacity. The Taiwanese company is said to be moving more than 30 percent of its production lines outside China.

We hope this is being settle in due time so that trading can full take effect, nevertheless, Apple is still set out to move some of it devices to Vietnam for the mean time.

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