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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Foxconn Confirms Underaged Working at Its Factory


Taiwanese contract manufacturer Foxconn today confirmed that underaged interns were working at its factory in Yantai, China.

Foxconn told Bloomberg in a report Tuesday it had conducted internal investigation and determined the interns, aged 14 to 16, had been working at the facility for about three weeks.

Foxconn comments come just a day after a report by China Labor Watch said that Foxconn Yantai employed interns under 16 years old. The report added that Foxconn has begun to send those underage interns back to school.


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