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Microsoft Says It’s Not Planning to Give Up on Manufacturing Hardware in China
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Quote:A report that made the rounds earlier this month indicated that the software giant was looking into alternatives to its Chinese manufacturing plans as a result of the trade war between the United States and the Beijing government.
 
The trade tension, which has reportedly made several other Microsoft partners reconsider long-term manufacturing plans in China, could generate price increases for a series of products.
 
Microsoft currently makes Xbox components in China, and a Nikkei report indicated that the firm wanted to transfer production elsewhere to maintain operations untouched regardless of the trade talks between the two governments.
 
But Microsoft says this is not the case. In a statement for CNET, a Microsoft spokesperson denies such plans, explaining that the company has no intention to leave China.
“The reporting from Nikkei Asia Review on Wednesday was inaccurate and does not reflect Microsoft's manufacturing plans in China in any way,” a Microsoft spokesperson was quoted as saying.

SOURCE: https://news.softpedia.com/news/microsof...6679.shtml
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