“Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong met with visiting Apple CEO Tim Cook Tuesday in Beijing, calling on the high-tech giant to do more in promoting China-U.S. scientific, educational cooperation,” Xinhua reports.
“During a meeting at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound, Liu spoke highly of Apple’s business development in China and its active cooperation with China in science, technology, education and other fields,” Xinhua reports. “Cook said Apple attaches importance to expanding its business in China and is willing to play a constructive role in U.S.-China cooperation in science and education innovation.”
Xinhua reports, “Cook began his China visit Monday with Apple’s renewable energy and environmental protection initiatives, including a new multi-year project with World Wildlife Fund to protect responsibly managed working forests across China.”
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