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Chinese Government Rejects Apple's iPad
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8/6/2014 | 7:47:31 PM
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The reason for this has been given. The Chinese government has a list similar to our Energy Star ratings. All products procured by the government must be on this list. For some reason, Apple didn't submit their information on time for the list's publication, and so they are not on the latest iteration. Once that is corrected, they will be back on the list. I'm amazed at how little writers investigate these kinds of reports, rather than just regurgitating what others are writing. Doesn't anyone bother to verify anything these days? I see so much drivel being reported as fact, when it's not. This is one site that has the correct information. http://macdailynews.com/2014/08/06/no-china-has-not-banned-apple-products-from-government-purchases/
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