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Top Apple iPhone maker Foxconn restarts key China plant with 10% of workers: source

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020
Apple's biggest iPhone maker Foxconn got approval to resume production at a key plant in China after being forced to shut it following the coronavirus outbreak, but only 10% of the factory's workforce has managed to return so far, a source told Reuters.
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