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    Default Cook: Privacy Talks with Chinese Officials were Very Open


    Following a meeting with top Chinese government officials, Tim Cook remained optimistic about the Cupertino California company’s relationship with China. Cook told China’s Xinhua news agency that he had “very open” talks with the Chinese vice premier, Ma Kai. The following was mentioned in the report regarding the matter:

    Chinese vice premier Ma Kai, a member of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau, met with the CEO of the world's most valuable company on Wednesday morning. They had discussed a series of topics including privacy and security. Cook described it as "very open", "fascinating" and "impressive", but he declined specifics.
    As part of his interview, Cook confirmed that the Cupertino California company plans to launch Apple Pay and other technologies in China in the near future. He specifically taid the following about the matter:

    China is a really key market for us. Everything we do, we are going to work it here. Apple Pay is on the top of the list.
    Much like what Cook said during his interview, China is an increasingly important market for not only Apple but any smartphone manufacturer. As of right now, Apple has 16% of the smartphone market share in the country behind Samsung which has 23% and Xiaomi which has 21%. The Cupertino California is expected to take an aggressive approach to expansion going forward as it plans to open an additional 25 stores in the country over the next two years. If all goes well, Apple will remain on the track to success.

    Source: Xinhua via Reuters

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    Perhaps Mr. Cook doesn't realize that when a Chinese man says "yes", he doesn't mean he agrees with you. He means he understands you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottedBilagaana View Post
    Perhaps Mr. Cook doesn't realize that when a Chinese man says "yes", he doesn't mean he agrees with you. He means he understands you.
    hahaha

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