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All regulatory hurdles that previously made it difficult for Apple to sell the iPhone in Argentina are set to be removed next month, allowing Apple's suite of smartphones to be legitimately sold in the country for the first time in years. According to a person familiar with the Argentinian government's plans (via Bloomberg ), President Mauricio Macri is seeking to lift restrictions placed by his predecessor in 2009 that pressured companies to assemble products locally. Some companies abided by these rules and opened factories in Argentina, including Samsung, but Apple never did. Now with the restrictions being lifted, Apple will be able to import and sell iPhones created elsewhere to customers in Argentina, although the company will face a hefty import tax. iPhones in Argentina could be "at least 25 percent more expensive" than smartphones assembled locally, according to Bloomberg 's source.
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Perhaps that’s why amphibious cars have never made an impression on the buying public. Even the most successful struggled to sell more than a few thousand examples. Despite this, it’s incredibly interesting to see the different approaches taken by different designers attempting the Amphibious car trick – and so we decided to round up our ten favourites, ranging from hydrofoils to submarines... Scroll down to see our list of the top ten amphibious carsAmphibious cars: 10 of the best Amphicar Image 2 of 11 Image 2 of 11 We start this list with the only amphibious car worthy of being called a sales successnearly 4,000 examples of the Amphicar were built between 1961 and 1968, with most finding their way to the USA. One notable owner was President Lyndon B. Johnson, who was said to thoroughly enjoy driving hapless visitors directly into his lake, all the while screaming about brake failure.
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people would like it that way. Even people on another continent. The newly elected US president was happy that the Brexit was taking place and has asked other countries to do the.
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seem to be at the moment on Brexit. Sure, the UK will try to chip away and pick off specific countries on specific issues but at the moment I think they do realise that in unity lies strength. The next step, and Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council is here, and we would.
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a new relationship can be built. There was musk sadness in the EU yesterday but the council president, Donald Tusk, has seen some positives. There is also.
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May's position. Today there, no direct mention of Brexit, instead speak on the refugee policy and calls to walk more closely together. The French president also said the UK's ties with the EU need to be untangled first, then.
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