2010-07-23 01:36:35 GMT China Daily
TAIPEI - The head of the Taiwan IT giant Foxconn has hit out at critics who claim the firm mistreats mainland workers and threatened to review his company's investment plans on the island.
2010-07-21 01:53:52 GMT China Daily
A Chinese worker at an affiliate of Foxconn Technology, which has suffered 10 suicides this year, died on Tuesday after falling from the sixth floor of a dormitory building in Guangdong Province, Xinhua news agency reported.
2010-06-10 01:20:44 GMT China Daily
BEIJING - Foreign and domestic enterprises should brace themselves for hefty wage rises in the coming years after labor discontent at Foxconn and Honda units in the Pearl River Delta area, experts have said.
2010-06-09 09:50:12 GMT China Daily
Foreign-invested companies in the Pearl River Delta are facing a rising labor cost following the Foxconn scandal with some even planning to quit the area, the National Business Daily reported Wednesday.
2010-06-03 01:27:31 GMT Xinhua English
SHENZHEN, June 2 (Xinhua) -- Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group Wednesday announced a 30-percent pay increase for workers at all its China's mainland plants starting June.
2010-05-30 06:17:49 GMT Xinhua English
GUANGZHOU - Communist Party chief of south China's Guangdong Province Wang Yang on Saturday called for companies to improve management and care more for their employees after 13 workers of Shenzhen-based Foxconn attempted suicides this year, which resulted in 10 deaths.
2010-06-09 02:03:56 GMT Global Times
Foxconn International, the HK-listed arm of the Taiwan-based electronics giant Hon Hai Precision Industry, said Tuesday that it has started talks with overseas clients over a possible product price rise, which could partly offset rising operating cost following two salary hikes in the Chinese mainland.
2010-06-08 02:33:25 GMT Xinhua English
SHENZHEN - The suicide-plagued IT manufacturing giant Foxconn said Monday that the company's decision to offer its Chinese mainland assembly line workers large wage hikes -- possibly causing a spike in operational costs -- may not damage company finances.
2010-06-07 08:34:03 GMT China Daily
SHENZHEN -- Foxconn, a world's leading IT contract manufacturer, announced Sunday night in a statement that it will raise salaries for assembly workers at its production base in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen by 66 percent to 2,000 yuan (US$293) per month as of October 1.
2010-05-26 13:46:05 GMT Xinhua English
President of Foxconn Terry Gou bows for apology after a string of suicides by the company's employees at a plant of Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, on May 26, 2010.
2010-05-25 14:12:24 GMT Xinhua English
TAIPEI - President of Foxconn Terry Gou has denied claims Foxconn is a sweatshop for its factory workers in his first public comments after a string of suicides by the company's employees.
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