It wasn’t hard for Apple to cut off Russia, but the precedent could be troublesome — ‘China is the real test’

After Big Tech steps in to cut off Russia in wake of Ukraine invasion, experts say it was an easy call because Russia spends so little on a global scale, but could trap Apple and others when and if a larger customer like China makes a similar move

In this MarketWatch report, Dean of Global Business at the Fletcher School at Tufts University, Bhaskar Chakravorti talks about the halt of Apple sales in Russia. Will this set a dangerous precedent for the tech industry? Is this a step in the right direction?