TAIPEI -- A majority of Apple's Taiwanese suppliers suffered a monthly fall in revenue in November, as hopes for a sales uptick of the new iPhones ahead of the holiday season were dashed.
Seven of nine Apple suppliers tracked by the Nikkei Asian Review logged a month-on-month revenue decline in November, according to figures released on Monday. The nine suppliers together accounted for 87% of sales posted by 19 Taiwanese tech companies, of which 16 posted a fall in month-on-month revenues.
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