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Apple, Foxconn say they overly relied on temporary workers in China

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
Apple Inc and manufacturing partner Foxconn Technology Co Ltd on Monday rebutted allegations of lapses in people management leveled by a non-profit monitor of worker rights, though confirmed they employed too many temporary workers.
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