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Apple Looks to Grow in Samsung's Backyard

Wall Street Journal Friday, 23 September 2016 ()
Apple has made inquiries about opening its first retail store in South Korea, in a sign that the technology giant might be looking to step up competition in Samsung’s home turf.
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News video: Apple could step on Samsung&apos;s turf

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Apple is reportedly looking to open its first store in South Korea. As Fred Katayama reports, it could be across the street from Samsung's headquarters in Seoul.

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