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Apple's Chinese vendors to soon be allowed to set up plants in India

Since the launch of the iPhone 14, Apple has been scaling up its production capacity in India, shifting from China

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Apple's Chinese vendors may soon be allowed to set up manufacturing plants in India by the government. The move will be finalised if Apple assures the government that it has no other option for sourcing components, a report by Economic Times (ET) said. 

Sources told ET that the government is open to investments by Chinese entities that promote technology and production capabilities if there are no alternatives available. 

ET also added that the manufacturers would be required to import components if there are some concerns around the vendor and no other alternatives are available. The government may also ask the

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First Published: Sep 23 2022 | 1:14 PM IST

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