Apple's iPod Manufacturer Foxconn Admits To Breaking CHINESE Labor Laws

They have labor laws in China? Apparently so, and Foxconn has admitted that they've went well beyond the limit.

Chinese workers can be forced to work up to 36 hours extra a month without Inspector Knacker of the Peking Yard raising an eyebrow, but Foxconn's 80 hours is well over this maximum.


Not only did they flaunt local laws, the Foxconn spokesperson said Apple sent a team to investigate and didn't find any problems. Uh oh. That's not going to go well for either Apple or Foxconn.

Foxconn Admits Breaking Labor Laws In China [China CSR via The Inquirer]

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