China Concerned About Apple App Store

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China Concerned About Apple App Store

China is concerned about Apple's App Store and is going to be "tightening up checks on software applications" that are available through the store, reports the state-run Xinhua News Agency. Chinese officials have been visiting the company's offices in Beijing.

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