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Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan will affect iPhone shipments

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Reuters: Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan sparks tougher rules on Apple gadget shipments

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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan could negatively impact iPhone shipments. It is reported by Reuters.

As it became known to journalists of the agency, after Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, the Chinese authorities tightened the requirements for the transportation of gadgets. In this regard, Apple has asked its suppliers to strictly follow the customs rules in order to avoid delays and disruption in the supply of smartphones.

It is clarified that Beijing has begun to enforce a rule according to which all parts manufactured for Apple devices in Taiwan must be labeled “Made in Taiwan, China” or “Made in Chinese Taipei”. Sources familiar with the matter noted that this rule was in effect even before the visit of the speaker of the US House of Representatives, but in fact, its observance was not controlled. Since Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, Sino-US trade tensions have escalated, prompting a tightening of regulations on trade issues.

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“It seems likely that in order for the deliveries to be allowed, it will only be necessary to change the documents,” journalists of the profile publication 9to5mac responded to the news feed. According to experts, if any component is labeled “Made in Taiwan”, then the batch with these parts may be delayed for a long time during transportation. Media authors called Beijing’s actions “Chinese revenge.”

On August 5, it became known that the Chinese authorities decided to impose sanctions against the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and her relatives after the politician’s visit to Taiwan. In China, Pelosi’s visit was considered a harsh interference in China’s domestic politics.

Source: Lenta

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