Foxconn factory resumes production after huge riot

The Foxconn entrance at the Shenzhen facility.
(Credit: Jay Greene/CNET)
Production has resumed at a Foxconn factory in northern China after a riot involving thousands of employees forced the factory to close.
A Foxconn representative told Reuters that production resumed Tuesday and that the one-day suspension of production would have no affect on supply to clients.
“We have 79,000 people working in Taiyuan campus, and we always have spare inventory,” Foxconn spokesman Louis Woo.
Foxconn, which builds many Apple products, was forced to shut down its Taiyuan factory early Monday after an…

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