Tim Cook visits Foxconn's newest iPhone production line in Zhengzhou
Tim Cook visits Foxconn's newest iPhone production line in Zhengzhou
                             

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A suicide story that broke on Saturday had fallen apart by Monday. FORTUNE -- The Agence France Press headline that moved over the business wires Saturday morning seemed like deja vu all over again: Three new factory suicides at Apple supplier Foxconn Citing only a statement issued by China Labor...
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www.pcworld.com
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www.macrumors.com
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www.pcworld.com
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www.electronista.com
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