Tuesday, November 29

China wants war veterans for iPhone production | Digital Trends Spanish

The pandemic and recent outbreaks of COVID-19 have made the factory China Foxconn is long overdue in the committed production of iPhones with Apple.

For this reason, from the BBC they comment that «China wants retired military personnel to help boost production at the world’s largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou. The call came from a Veterans Affairs Office of the People’s Liberation Army in the same province as the plant.”

In an open letter posted on the WeChat messaging app, the office said veterans were always under the command of the Communist Party and should “appear where there is a need.”

He urged them to “respond to the government’s call” and “participate in the resumption of production.”

Foxconn’s plant is located in the city of Zhengzhou, which has a population of about 10 million, employs more than 200,000 workers, and produces the 70% of iPhones globally, about 500,000 a day.

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