Apple is to face "strengthened supervision" from China's consumer watchdogs, state media reported Friday, as the US computer giant is hit by a barrage of negative publicity and court cases in the country.
Chinese tourists walk past an Apple store in Beijing on March 29, 2013. Apple is to face "strengthened supervision" from China's consumer watchdog, state media reported on March 29, as the US computer giant faces a barrage of negative publicity in China.
China is Apple's second-biggest market, and its iPhones and other products -- many of them made in the country -- are highly popular, although it faces fierce competition from South Korea's Samsung.
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