What's Behind the Foxconn Worker Riots?By
What’s up with Foxconn? It was only earlier this year that they turned to a prominent labor-monitoring organization to carry out a review of factory conditions, in what seemed a real effort to clean up their troubled Chinese production facilities, which make Apple’s iPhone and iPad as well as electronics products for such other companies as Sony and Nintendo. That followed several years of bad publicity related to a rash of worker suicides, factory accidents, and allegations of poor working conditions.
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