Apple manufacturer Foxconn improves on Chinese workers' hours and safety

Apple manufacturer Foxconn improves on Chinese workers' hours and safety

www.guardian.co.uk
New Facing mounting criticism, factories have made significant changes, but bigger steps are ahead for electronics supplierFoxconn, Apple's top manufacturer, has improved safety conditions and cut working hours in an effort to resolve violations at its plants that triggered a global scandal for the iPad and iPhone maker.The Taiwanese company submitted...
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