For women who assembled iPhones at a Foxconn plant in southern India, crowded dorms without flush toilets and food sometimes crawling with worms were problems to be endured for the paycheck. Reuters took a closer look at the protest that shut down a plant where 17,000 had been working, casting a stark light on living and working conditions at Foxconn, a firm central to Apple’s supply chain.
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