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Apple’s investment in Japan has exceeded $100 billion. CEO Tim Cook visited their headquarters in the country.

Apple announced on Tuesday that it has invested more than $100 billion in the Japanese supply network over the past five years.
Apple CEO Tim Cook visited the country’s semiconductor epicenter and held some meetings.
Cook said on his Twitter account that he visited the city of Kumamoto in southwest Japan, which is home to several semiconductor factories, including a facility under construction by TSMC.
Apple’s investments in Japan are increasing rapidly
Apple said in a statement that it has increased its spending on suppliers in Japan by more than 30 percent since 2019, with a network spanning nearly 1,000 companies from multinationals to family businesses.

On the other hand, Apple has named Sony as one of its largest suppliers in Japan to provide camera sensors for iPhone products.
Apple also said 29 Japanese suppliers, including Sony, Murata Manufacturing, Keiwa, Fujikura, and Sumitomo Electric, have committed to switching to renewable energy for their Apple-related businesses by 2030.

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