Foxconn, the electronics manufacturer known for making products for tech titans such as Apple and Dell, has come under increasing fire for its labor practices. Here’s a look at some of the events that have led to independent audits of its work environment.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook, left, visits the iPhone production line at the newly built Foxconn manufacturing facility at Zhengzhou Technology Park in China's north-central Henan province on March 28, 2012. China's Vice Premier Li Keqiang, who met Cook in Beijing, has told Apple that foreign firms should protect workers, state media said as the tech giant fends off criticism over factory conditions in China. AFP/Getty Images
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