iPhone factory workers clash with police

The World

Strict COVID-19 lockdowns, lack of pay and poor working conditions have sparked protests at the world’s biggest iPhone assembly plant in Zhengzhou, China. Viola Zhou, a technology reporter for the publication “Rest of World” (sic) tells The World’s host Marco Werman what she’s been hearing from workers at the sprawling facility.

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