“Apple has listed a Silicon Valley facility as a location where the California company’s Macintosh computers are assembled,” The Economic Times reports.

“The addition to Apple’s list of final assembly plants came less than two months after chief executive Tim Cook vowed to shift some computer manufacturing from China to the United States to catalyze domestic high-tech production,” The Economic Times reports. “A Quanta Computer Inc. operation in Fremont, California, not far from where Apple got its start, joined a roster of ‘final assembly facilities’ heavily weighted with plants in China.”

The Economic Times reports, “Taiwan-based Quanta was listed as operating Macintosh computer and iPod MP3 player assembly plants in China.”

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