An Apple supplier is violating the company's standards for worker treatment in its Chinese factories, according to a new video report from the BBC.
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Apple presides over a global technology empire, but the economic landscapes it shapes around the world are strangely uneven. As long as corporations can freely cross national boundaries, workers' rights should be just as global.
Apple's suppliers promise to improve conditions, make workplaces safer, stop forcing such long hours and lift wages. Foxconn even says they'll start obeying Chinese law -- but not until next year!
By Terril Yue Jones BEIJING (Reuters) - As Apple Inc, the world's most valuable listed company, braces itself for a report into alleged...
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