Efforts by Apple and Foxconn to Improve Electronics Industry Labor Conditions Starting to Take Hold

Efforts by Apple and Foxconn to Improve Electronics Industry Labor Conditions Starting to Take Hold

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New In the latest installment of its "iEconomy" series, The New York Times takes a look at the advances made by Apple and Foxconn to improve working conditions at the Chinese factories churning out Apple products since a major push began earlier this year. The report details many changes such as...
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