Morgan Stanley says increasing pollution over China means you should buy Apple shares

People wearing protective masks wait for checking their temperature in an Apple Store, in Shanghai, China, February 21, 2020.
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An increase in air pollution in China leads Morgan Stanley to believe that Apple's industrial production is back to normal following the coronavirus crisis. 

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