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Mobile & Wireless

Fresh labour unrest at Foxconn iPhone 5 plant in China

Monday 8 October 2012 | 14:17 CET | News
Contract manufacturer Foxconn has been hit by a fresh wave of labour unrest at a plant making the new iPhone in Zhenghzou, China, reports the Financial Times. Over 200 quality control workers refused to work on Friday 05 October in protest at high-pressure work conditions. The company said that a high number of production-line employees have resisted strict quality control measures implemented with the production of the iPhone 5. Some quality control employees told the FT that they had been threatened by workers.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Foxconn
Countries: China
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