Hon Hai Plant Dispute Resolved

Hon Hai Plant Dispute Resolved

Wuhan : China | Jan 11, 2012 at 7:59 PM PST
Source: Asian Wall Street Journal
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Microsoft Corp. and its contract manufacturing partner Foxconn Technology Group said late on Wednesday that worker unrest at a Wuhan, China, plant earlier this month has been resolved and the majority of workers returned to work. The software giant said in a statement that the protest erupted over... FULL ARTICLE AT Asian Wall Street Journal
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Workers walk in front of Taiwanese electronics giant Hon Hai's headquarters in Tuchung city
Workers walk in front of Taiwanese electronics giant Hon Hai's headquarters in Tuchung city
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