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Turkey's President Announces Boycott Of US Electronics

Newsy Tuesday, 14 August 2018
Turkey's President Announces Boycott Of US ElectronicsWatch VideoTurkey's president wants the country to boycott U.S. electronics. 

While announcing the boycott Tuesday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan specifically called out Apple as an example. "If [the U.S. has] the iPhone, there is Samsung elsewhere," he said. Erdogan didn't provide other details, including how his...
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His announcement came as the two countries are still at odds over the release of a U.S. pastor who's been detained in Turkey for nearly two years.

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