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India eyes $550 million incentives to draw Apple, Dell, other tablet makers

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In particular, the country wants to persuade Apple, which already assembles iPhones in India via its Taiwanese suppliers, to make iPads locally.
Published 4 months ago · India

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In particular, the country wants to persuade Apple, which already assembles iPhones in India via its Taiwanese suppliers, to make iPads locally.

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