Employees are leaving a vast Foxconn iPhone factory in central China over working conditions and COVID restrictions, relieved to be taking pay-offs home after angry protests at the Taiwanese tech giant's plant.
The workers are leaving the plant in Zhengzhou in the wake of bloody clashes with police, in which more than a dozen protesters were hurt, furious about Foxconn's failure to deliver promised bonuses, employees told AFP.
"The contract suddenly changed and everyone was unhappy, in addition the previous incidents at Foxconn made everyone lose trust, so the protests happened," one female worker who wished to remain anonymous told AFP.
Foxconn has been desperate to keep operations ticking along at the factory, the world's biggest manufacturer of iPhones, after a handful of COVID cases ...
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