Deja vu: Foxconn chair says Apple's stuff is hard to make

Deja vu: Foxconn chair says Apple's stuff is hard to make

tech.fortune.cnn.com
New For the second time in two years, Terry Gou's complaints make headlines FORTUNE -- Okay. I've read most of the 22 stories posted on Techmeme Wednesday morning repeating -- with little or no commentary -- Reuters' account of Foxconn chairman Terry Gou's remarks to reporters after a business forum in...
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