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Apple's main iPhone maker Foxconn to resume some Chinese production: source

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020
Apple's main iPhone maker Foxconn got the green light on Monday to reopen two major plants in China closed because of the coronavirus and aims to resume production even though only 10% of the workforce has returned so far, a source told Reuters.
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