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Hon Hai chairman rushes to Foxconn plant [China]

Author: Kathrin Hille, Robin Kwong, Financial Times [UK], Published on: 25 May 2010

Terry Gou, founder and chairman of Hon Hai, the Taiwanese parent company of Foxconn, rushed to Shenzhen on Tuesday, in an attempt to contain the growing fallout for the group from a continuing string of suicides among workers…The move came after another employee at the plant died after falling off a building on Tuesday morning...Nine people have died in the series of incidents among workers...“...we are definitely not a sweatshop,” [Mr. Gou]...said…“A manufacturing team of 800,000 people is not easy to manage,” he added...[also refers to Apple]

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Related companies: Apple Foxconn (part of Hon Hai) Hon Hai