South Korea concerned about raising American import ban Apple products




The South Korean government has delivered responded to the decision by the U.S. government on older Apple products to reverse. An import ban U.S. President Obama used his veto, because the import ban would have. Too many consequences

Flag South Korea The South Korean Ministry of Trade has according to Reuters stated to be about the impact of the veto to protect patents. concerned in a statement In South Korea, the decision of the U.S. government dismissed as protectionism: protecting the domestic market at the expense of foreign products.

Sales of older Apple products, like the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and 3G version of the iPad 2, should be discontinued when the International Trade Commission ruled that the products were infringing on patents held by Samsung. U.S. President Barack Obama used his veto, however, to lift that ban on sales in their own words because that would have. Too much impact on consumers

Apple and Samsung have been engaged for some time in a patent battle. This week the ITC ruled in a case that Apple has filed. Against Samsung The South Korean government said he hoped that the decision in that case “fair and reasonable” is.



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