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Li Yue, a 21-year-old student, waits outside a recruiting kiosk outside a plant run by Foxconn in Zhengzhou, China. She eventually would get a job with the company, but in its Taiyuan plant, a 10-hour bus ride away. (Credit: Photo illustration: James Martin/CNET) Riots, suicides, and other issues in Foxconn's iPhone factories | Apple
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