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Re: Apple Plants Seeds of Growth in China, India
Posted by: Rachelle Dragani 2013-02-21 08:57:57
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President Obama gave Apple some special attention last week when he mentioned the tech giant in his State of the Union address, praising it for bringing more of its manufacturing stateside. After the president's statements, cameras focused on Apple CEO Tim Cook, who was a guest of the First Lady. President Obama, meanwhile, seemed to be focusing on an Apple announcement from late last year that said the company planned on making one of its Mac lines in the U.S. rather than outsourcing the job overseas.

Re: Apple Plants Seeds of Growth in China, India
Posted by: ashr81 2013-02-24 09:16:35 In reply to: Rachelle Dragani
In India we don't Have Internet Lines.But most of Indian used Internet through Mobile networks(but they are slow).In India Almost 95% of the People Have access to internet.
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