Bans will be lifted on globally popular social and news websites in the city's free trade zone.
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But the 5C is cheap enough for China Mobile.
The tech giant's shares have climbed ahead of the company's iPhone 5S launch, but analysts warn about getting too carried away.
Consumers, particularly in Asia, have embraced large-screen smartphones, so the rumor that Apple is moving in this direction is good news for the company's shareholders.
You might want to check in on this stock pick after its September 11 announcement.
The company is breaking support prior to a potential Apple-CHL agreement.
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