Apple says illegal student labour discovered at iPhone X plant

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Apple says illegal student labour discovered at iPhone X plant

Smartphone maker Apple Inc and its biggest manufacturing partner on Wednesday said that a small number of students were discovered working overtime in its Chinese factory, violating local labour laws.

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