FLORENCE, Italy (Reuters) – Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook said on Thursday he was a “supporter” of immigration and was against any ceiling on the hiring of qualified migrants.
“I believe rich countries should take responsibility for welcoming people fleeing from difficult situations,” Cook said at an event with students in Florence, Italy.
“We at Apple (NASDAQ:) want to remove ceilings imposed on the number of qualified migrants that can be hired,” he added.
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