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Company Response

29 Jul 2011

Foxconn [part of Hon Hai]

Foxconn response to report alleging abuses in internship program

Thank you for your email of July 26 giving Foxconn the opportunity to comment on the referenced report and our policy regarding the employment of interns at Foxconn facilities in China. As we outline below, we believe that this report, clearly demonstrates that the authors have no knowledge of the cooperation agreements we have with the vocational schools involved or the programs that are administered by those schools as part of those agreements with Foxconn...

This is a response to

China: University report finds abuses in Foxconn's internship program

stories | Story 24 May 2011