Britain Prime Minister Theresa May had a meeting with the Apple CEO Tim Cook to discuss issues like science and technology, skills & especially the extraction of the country out of the European Union.
The meeting took place at 10 Number Downing Street at the last day of Apple CEO’s European tour.
ZDNet was informed by the PM’s spokesperson that Cook discussed a number of issues including Apple’s investments in UK and the governoment’s approach regarding to the Brexit (Brexit mean the The Great Britain’s exit from the Wuropean Union).
The Brexit became the discussion topic on the day after the MP’s voted in favour of The 50th Article’s invoking and initiating the process of official exile of UK from the European Union.
Downing Street didn’t revealed what Cook & May discussed about Brexit particularly, however they said they discussed more about referendum, many UK’s tech based organisations opposed the exile of UK from the EU.
After Britain leaves the EU access to talent and the extent to which businesses based in UK will be able to make trade with EU customers, but still unseen future prevail on the investments in the country after its exile.
Tim Cook also paid a visit at the City Hall to see the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan where they both discussed about digital skills and talent and participation of apple through investment in the capital, incorporating the plans to move the UK based company’s HQ to a new development area at Battersea Power Station.
“The Mayor met Tim Cook to talk about Apple’s speculation into Battersea Power Station that will produce new employments and financial success for the city,” a City Hall representative told ZDNet.
“They likewise examined exchange and speculation openings post-Brexit and the Mayor’s new Digital Talent Program that that will arm youthful Londoners with the abilities they have to get to employments in the business,” they included.
The Apple CEO’s visit additionally took him to Scotland, where he got privileged doctorate of Science at the University of Glasgow. Talking at the college, Cook stood in opposition to US President Trump’s request to restriction migration from seven Muslim-dominant part nations.
“In the event that we stand and say nothing we turn into a piece of it, our organization flourishes with assorted qualities,” he said.
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