Apple to increase its presence in China by building a second data centre by 2020 which will offer iCloud services
Apple's first data centre in north China will be put into operation in 2020 and offer iCloud services on the Chinese mainland,
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Apple announced the constructing of the new data base in Guizhou last July, with an investment of $1 billion.
The Guizhou government in China said on its website (www.gzgov.gov.cn) that the Apple iCloud working committee would be made up of around 10 members.
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