Apple says that claims it broke Chinese labor laws in iPhone factory are mostly ‘false’

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Apple on Monday denied most of what is in a report which alleges that the iPhone-maker and its manufacturing partner Foxconn violated Chinese labor law.

A report by China Labor Watch, a New York City-based labor watchdog,claimed around 50% of the workforce employed in August at the largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China, were temporary hires — also known as “dispatch” workers.

Chinese labor on the other hand states temporary workers cannot exceed 10% of the total employed workers, according to the report.


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