Foxconn, the Chinese manufacturing firm that assembles Apple’s iPhone, said it is implementing labor reforms in an attempt to address allegations of harsh working conditions and low wages. The Taiwan-based company, which assembles products for several major technology companies, has faced scrutiny from fair labor advocacy groups in the past. Rumors of abusive practices at its plants began spreading in 2010 after several Foxconn workers in the Shenzhen, China, factory apparently committed suicide.
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