Apple warns suppliers over controversial China rules on Taiwan labels following Pelosi visit


Apple has reportedly told its suppliers in Taiwan to ensure they follow strict yet controversial Chinese customs regulations after it emerged that at least one of its suppliers may have had components held up in customs following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the country this week. 

Nikkei Asia (opens in new tab) reports that Apple “has asked suppliers to ensure that shipments from Taiwan to China strictly comply with Chinese customs regulations after a recent visit by senior U.S. lawmaker Nancy Pelosi to Taipei stoked fears of rising trade barriers.” 


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