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Apple and FoxConn Admit to Chinese Labor Law Violation

WorldNews Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
Apple and FoxConn Admit to Chinese Labor Law ViolationApple and its manufacturing partner FoxConn have admitted to breaking Chinese Labor Law rules pertaining to the world’s largest iPhone factory. Labor Day As reported by Bloomberg, Apple and FoxConn were using too many temporary staff at Foxconn’s Zhengzhou iPhone factory. The non-profit China Labor Watch investigated and found that temporary staff, known as dispatch...
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