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Old 2nd March 2015, 07:34   #1
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Default Robots to take over work at Foxconn factories in three years

Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturing company Foxconn expects to achieve 70% automation of workforce at its factories to take over the assembly line work. Currently, Foxconn employs around 1 million workers in China alone for manufacturing various electronics products, including Apple’s iPhones and iPads. Worker conditions at the Chinese factories have been a matter of...
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