Apple is looking to open up production facilities in Latin America, seeking to exploit tax breaks available to foreign companies opening for business in Brazil.

The company is pondering production of iPhones and MacBooks in Brazil in an attempt reportedly aimed at cutting prices for Latin American consumers, it’s claimed.

Apple will need to join a Brazilian scheme that offers tax breaks on component imports in order to encourage final product assembly inside of that country, Sao Paulo

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