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Category: Current Affairs, Business & Economics
Duration: 1 x 52’
Production year: 2012
Director: Anne Poiret
Bir Duino 2014: Award in the Youth Competition of the International Documentary Film Festival on Human Rights

Synopsis

Foxconn is such a big deal for China that anything around it is a national issue. The subcontractor single-handedly employs 1 million persons in China and stands for a third of Chinese exports. In 2010, Foxconn had the media’s attention because of a suicide wave. If suicides are so usual in Foxconn factories, it is because the working conditions are particularly grueling. Even the most motivated Chinese employee would crack up. As a consequence, agents are specifically paid to recruit new workers. With hundreds of employees quitting Foxconn everyday because they’re infuriated with the working conditions, it is difficult to find task force.

Produced by Upside Television