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Apple supplier shrugs off worries over Trump's 'Made in America' plans

Richard Mok, managing director of AAC Technologies, announced quarterly earnings in a press briefing on Nov. 18. (Photo by Jennifer Lo)

HONG KONG -- China's AAC Technologies, a micro-electronics component supplier for the iPhone, dismissed industry concerns that a potential U.S. tariff hike on Chinese imports would hurt overseas players along the Apple supply chain after posting robust third-quarter earnings. 

U.S. president-elect Donald Trump pledged during his election campaign to impose a 45% tariff on Chinese imports and make American companies such as Dell and HP bring manufacturing jobs home. But Shenzhen-based AAC, which supplies audio components such as speakers and microphones to Apple, seems to be playing down the impact of Trump's proposals. 

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