The mobile carrier in china is not willing to pay

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Apple’s chose to outsource. The mobile carrier in China is not willing to pay Apple prices for their devices. This will help Chinese makers to make more money and build their business. China do not have the same ethical policy when it comes to workers as Apple does. The working conditions are horrible. According to Litzinger (2013), “In 2O1O, eighteen workers, all born after 1978, and between the ages of seventeen and twenty-five, attempted suicide at the then little-known Taiwanese company called Hon Hai Precision Industrial Company, now more commonly known as Foxconn; fourteen of these workers died. Within days of each suicide attempt —dubbed the "suicide express" in the Chinese media—images of these workers began to
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MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 appear in the Chinese press and blogosphere, and soon in the Western press (Zhongguo jingji wang 2010; Pun and Chan 2012). The Chinese hire kids to work. The employees are not paid for overtime. The employee wages are held. The chemicals used and equipment are unsafe. They are causing harm to the environment. The employees look like the material that is being used to make the products even after they have cleaned up. Apple does not tolerance suppliers using child labor. Suppliers are warned by Apple to get thing in order or their services will no longer be needed. “Departing from Karl Marx’s circuit of capital it identifies elements that shape working conditions throughout the capital
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