Apple’s Tim Cook: No Point Yelling at China

Tech exec defends pulling 674 apps at Beijing’s request, says change can't happen from the sideline

GUANGZHOU, China—Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook defended his company’s move to pull hundreds of apps from its China store to comply with Beijing’s demands.

Speaking in southern China on Wednesday, Mr. Cook said it was important to not be a bystander in the country, Apple’s second-most important market outside of the U.S. He rejected criticism from some senators and rights groups about his participation in the state-run World Internet Conference in Wuzhen earlier this week.

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