Apple  (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook defended globalization in a speech in China as he and other business leaders face pressure from the Trump administration to bring outsourced jobs back to America. 

"I think the worst thing would be to-because it didn't help everyone-is to say it's bad and do less of that. I think the reality is you can see that countries in the world...that isolate themselves, it's not good for their people," Cook said in his speech. 

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