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Foxconn Workers Unhappy Labor Laws Now Implemented: Report

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Labor conditions may have improved at factories owned by China's Foxconn, the manufacturer responsible for assembling tech products for Apple and Samsung, among other major companies, but workers there still aren't happy.

After a rash of suicides, Foxconn responded to widespread criticism of working conditions at its factories by reducing the amount of time employees could work overtime, among other measures. The problem is that the new policy, which adheres to Chinese labor laws, is making it hard for employees to earn a living because they are working fewer hours at the higher overtime rates, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Find out what's actually going on at Foxconn in the WSJ video:

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