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How Apple uses Jamaica to keep its secrets under wraps

It’s well known that Apple, like many multinationals, uses a variety of non-U.S. countries to help reduce its tax bill. However, what is less well known is that the company also takes advantage of some interesting pieces of international legal minutiae to keep its future plans secret. In particular, Apple is a big fan of […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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