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Made in China

L'inchiesta della Fair Labor Association ha individuato parecchie magagne nelle fabbriche della Foxconn, il principale partner produttivo di Apple in Cina. Immagino  che ora  la società di Cupertino dovrà aumentare la spesa in pubbliche relazioni.

All three factories surveyed exceeded the FLA code of a standard 60-hour work week in the last 12 months, which is also Apple's own standard. The audits found several months in the past year when the majority of workers exceeded China's legal maximum of 36 overtime hours a month. FLA said Foxconn agreed to bring its factories within China's legal limits of 40 hours per week and 36 hours maximum overtime per month by July 2013. That would require more than halving the average hours of overtime, which the report pegged at 80 hours a month, and FLA said Foxconn would need to recruit tens of thousands of extra workers to comply.

Wall Street Journal


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