US President Donald Trump and two top aides discussed trade issues with Apple Inc chief executive Tim Cook on Wednesday as the White House prepares to try to avert a trade war with China, a manufacturing hub for the iPhone maker.
Tim Cook has been chief executive of technology giant Apple, since August 2011, replacing co-founder Steve Jobs, who died of cancer in October 2011. Cook had previously served as acting chief executive when Jobs took medical leave in 2011.
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