FT: Apple’s manufacturing shift to India hits stumbling blocks
THE FINANCIAL TIMES reports: Apple is hitting stumbling blocks in its effort to increase production in ...
This is a nice little infographic examining how Apple’s workforce is divided around the world, plus a few interesting stats – such as where the parts come from and the retail price difference between it being made in China and made in the US: $2 to $3. Worth a quick look if you are American, or interested in the IT supply chain.
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