"These workers don't have a reasonable wage. They don't have a reasonable working time," said Liang Pui Kwan, a project officer with Hong Kong-based Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM). The group has been one of the most vocal critics of Foxconn's labor practices.
In May, SACOM issued a report alleging that conditions at Foxconn factories are still "far from satisfactory." While the company has raised wages for workers, it has also cut employee compensation in other areas, according to the group.
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