Another Big Win for Apple in China
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Apple's burgeoning presence in China has been a major driving force in its unparalleled success, and a major reason it's grown into the world's largest company by market cap. However, despite its clear success, Apple's still only scratching the surface of its potential in the Middle Kingdom. To continue to expand its foothold in China, Apple recently received news that should open the sales floodgate even more, this time in the tablet market. In a time where most of Apple's competition struggles to successfully gain market share, Apple looks poised to further extend its lead in China after this week.
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