|Dec 7, 2012, 11:49 PM||#1|
Apple's Initial Investment in U.S. Mac Production Estimated to Create 200 Jobs
Bloomberg reports that Apple's $100 million plan to bring some Mac production back to the United States is likely to be a very modest operation at the outset, with some economists and industry experts projecting that the effort will create approximately 200 jobs.
Apple's efforts to bring Mac production back to the United States come just as Lenovo, which purchased IBM's personal computer business in 2005, has announced plans to begin PC production in North Carolina. Lenovo's effort is also a modest one, projected to employ roughly 100 workers to produce several hundred thousand units per year.
Workers at Quanta Computer in Shanghai assembling MacBook Pro display enclosures
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