Closer Look: State Media's Attacks on Apple Rotten to the Core, Academic Says
Apple Inc. has been heavily criticized by several state media outlets since mid-March, a campaign that a leading scholar says is a misallocation of media resources and something that can sour perceptions of the investment environment in China.
On March 15, CCTV aired a popular annual consumer protection program that this year was critical of the after-care service offered by Apple. The show also criticized other foreign and domestic companies.
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