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China Covid: Angry protests at world’s biggest iPhone factory

On Chinese social media, footage has surfaced showing protesters clashing in hazmat suits with police at a factory in Zhengzhou.

The videos show some people appearing to have been hurt. They were taken outside the largest iPhone factory in the world.

A recent employee at the plant told BBC workers that Foxconn had “changed their contract”.

Foxconn stated that it will work with local authorities and staff to stop further violence.


The firm stated that some workers were unsure about their pay, but that it would pay those workers based on contracts.

It also described as patently untrue rumors that recruits were being asked for dormitories to be shared with Covid-positive workers.

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