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Turkish President Racep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to boycott electronic products made in the United States, including one of the iPhones.
The threat was conveyed by Erdogan in his speech on Tuesday (August 14). Steps to boycott US products were made in retaliation for sanctions imposed on the detention of an American pastor, as well as to encourage the Lira currency which was at its lowest level.
As an alternative, this 64-year-old man said he would use goods made in the country or Apple’s competing companies in Asia.
(read more: CNN)