In an interview he brought to light today by the New York Times, the elected US president Donald Trump brought to light a private conversation by telephone he had with the developer and Apple CEO Tim Cook where him back insist that " it would be an achievement that Apple produced in the United States"
To which, in the words of Crassus himself, time simply responded with a noncommittal simple "'ll think , " it is that since the Pre-Campaign now president has said he wants to make a direct shift to domestic production in the United United, leaving aside imports from Asia.
As already it is known about the California firm from the moment that Trump won the presidency made a consultation with its affiliates in Asia, including Taiwan's FORCONN in order to explore the possibility of producing the iPhone and more products firm On American soil.
I do not get response from FOXCONN, but the second branch where you want to be quite difficult to move their facilities. It was not until just yesterday that the FOXCONN executive responded by saying that production costs would be sidereal compared to production in Asia.
In response to this today Trump has said it will offer tax breaks to companies that produce in the United States incentives I have made reference again to Apple where in his own words said he had offered incentives and tax cuts to Tim Cook would be ridiculously silly To refuse them.