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Apple ramps up hiring in China

Apple currently has more than 200 LinkedIn job openings in China, including an environmental affairs program manager, store specialist, and security specialist, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company also appears to be hiring “a bunch of retail specialists and store leaders.” CEO Tim Cook recently visited China as Apple looks to expand its presence in the important emerging market. A Thursday report noted that Apple is looking to hire engineers in Taiwan. During Apple’s Q2 2013 financial results conference call, Cook said “we still see a significant opportunity in China.”

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