Why Apple Has More Room to Run in China

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As China plays a more prominent role in Apple's business, investors have grown more and more concerned about the strength of the Chinese consumer. Can Apple continue to grow its presence in a country with one-tenth the personal wealth of the United States? Absolutely. This week, a set of impressive numbers surfaced that speak to why Apple's runway in China far exceeds most investors' estimates. Listen to find out exactly how far Apple can go in the Middle Kingdom.

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