El gran guiñol de la guerra comercial

La noticia irrumpe silenciosa a través de las pantallas que han amueblado nuestro imaginario físico y mental: Apple ya vale dos billones de dólares. Según el 'flash' del 'New York Times', la empresa que soñó Steve Jobs duplicó su valor desde la recesión inducida por la pandemia, cimentando su predominio en la economía mundial. ¿Qué diría esta tarde de verano Antonio Machado, que trataba de inculcar a sus alumnos la diferencia entre valor y precio? 

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