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[video] Foxconn admits it didn't protect suicide employees [China]

For employees of Foxconn in China, the announcement comes as welcome news, but it’s little consolation to the families of the eight employees who died this year. The tech firm has confessed it paid insufficient attention to workers’ welfare. It comes as the tenth employee this year jumped from a building at the Longhua Industrial Complex of Shenzhen…Foxconn spokesman Liu Shen has responded to angry employees, “Has the enterprise sufficient mechanisms and opportunities for them to communicate and interact with each other; I feel that Foxconn has not done enough in the past...”

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