The Yangtze River floods: Apple donated 7 million millet, Samsung donated charging treasure, forced Meng

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The Yangtze River floods: Apple donated 7 million millet, Samsung donated charging treasure, forced Meng

2016-07-21 00:15:10 759 ℃

Recently, serious floods in the Yangtze River, the major manufacturers have begun to donate activities to promote their own brand image.

Since July this year, China's middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River Basin has suffered a series of major natural disasters, especially in the most serious flood disaster.

Apple Corp to the China foundation for poverty alleviation donations 7 million yuan, to support China's Yangtze River in the middle and lower reaches of the flood disaster relief, apple is also the first donation of the United states.

Apple CEO Cook also released micro-blog said: the flood ravaged, we are along with the people along the Yangtze river."

The Apple Corp is the first in the flood disaster relief to the China foundation for poverty alleviation of the United states.

Millet also began to force donations, Wuhan suffered floods, continuous heavy rain, Caidian District, the cumulative rainfall of 319.9 mm.

Millet company to allocate a number of millet mobile power, LED lights and other products as emergency supplies, worth 550 thousand yuan, to the resettlement of people in Wuhan, to help the people tide over the difficulties.

The major mobile phone manufacturers are beginning to donate things, Samsung has a face Meng force, of course this is normal.

Revenue in the Chinese market, Samsung's control is also a substantial decline in the past three years, its revenue decreased year by year, respectively, 33 trillion and 31 trillion won.

Samsung smartphone market in China has been ranked in HUAWEI, OPPO, vivo and millet, only fifth.

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