China denies any iPhone ban for government staffers. Here’s our take on why Apple stock isn’t popping

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Customers line up to enter an Apple store as iPhone 14 series go on sale on September 16, 2022 in Shanghai, China.

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China on Wednesday pushed back against media reports alleging the government was banning state employees from using Apple‘s (AAPL) iPhone at work — news that had sent shares of the Club holding tumbling last week.

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