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Foxconn China Factory Reopens after Massive Fight

Factory closure will have unknown effect on iPhone 5 supply

Sep 25 2012, 12:04pm CDT | by

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Foxconn China Factory Reopens after Massive Fight

One of Foxconn's Chinese factories was forced to close yesterday when a massive fight broke out that damaged equipment. Reports indicate that about 2000 workers were involved in a fight that left 40 people injured. It's unclear what caused the brawl with some reports indicating a disagreement between workers and a restaurant owner started the violence.

Other reports indicate that the disagreement started after a worker got into an argument with a Foxconn security guard. The factory has opened back up and Foxconn hasn't indicated whether the closure will affect supplies of the iPhone 5.

 

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