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Beyond India: Business World Comes Together to Revive Notre Dame Cathedral & iPhones are All Set to be Mass Produced in India

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  1. Here’s a news that will brighten up the day of iPhone lovers! Apple Inc.’s largest handset assembler, Foxconn confirmed that iPhones are all set to be mass produced in India.
  2. The online streaming war is seeing some heat. The shares of Netflix saw a dip after Disney announced the pricing of its streaming platform Disney +.
  3. If you are planning to apply in Alibaba, be prepared for some vigorous working hours. Co-founder Jack Ma  faced flak and criticism for endorsing the 12-hours workdays recently in an interview. 
  4. The Business world is coming together to support the loss caused by the Notre Dame Cathedral tragedy. According to reports, business giants like Loreal, Kering have pledged millions of euros for reviving the heritage in paris and Silicon Valley giant Apple is the latest to join the bandwagon.

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