How Apple could take a bite out of EU circular economy plans

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Apple says that where possible it seeks to avoid practices such as part pairing, which it suggests can help protect consumer safety, security and privacy (Photo: Patrick Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

As the EU works to finalise ‘right to repair’ rules, smartphone refurbishers and environmental groups insist the legislation should ban practices used by Apple and other leading companies that can make it harder for products to be repaired and reused

Regulators need to ban practices by smartphone and other ...

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