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Apple responds to complaint that Foxconn factory broke labor laws

[2019-09-09 09:45:10]

Apple says that it is working to fix a problem in which too many temporary workers were found illegally working on the iPhone line at a Foxconn factory. Over the weekend, New York-based watchdog China Labor Watch published a report about alleged violations. These supposedly took place at the biggest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China. ...

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