Apple investigates overworked students at factory in China

By China Radio International |

Apple is investigating allegations that one of its suppliers illegally hired student workers to assemble its popular Apple Watch at a factory in China. China News Service.

US tech giant Apple is investigating allegations that one of its suppliers illegally hired student workers to assemble its popular Apple Watch at a factory in the southwestern city of Chongqing, China.

Hong Kong-based labour rights group Sacom issued a report last week claiming that Apple supplier Quanta Computer had been illegally using students on the Apple Watch production line at its Chinese factory.

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