It sounds like Apple's products aren't making as much of a splash in Taiwan as other parts of the world, as Apple has just cut 30% of its sales workforce there. The former managing director of Apple Taiwan, Kong Yuk-loong, called it quits at the end of June, with a slew of managers and executive following in his footsteps soon after. DigiTimes has more details on the report, including a citation of declining iPod sales being a factor in the cutback.
Of course, Apple declined to comment on the story.
Apple cuts 30% of sales force in Taiwan
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