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Apple is flat after Tim Cook's big speech about apps in China (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a speech at the Fortune Forum, a conference hosted in the southern city of Guangzhou in China. Cook maintained that he believed that some apps removed from China's App Store will eventually be restored. To watch Apple's stock price move, click here. Apple's shares were little changed on Wednesday morning after Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed Apple's performance in a speech in China.
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