Foxconn’s statement, dated 11 October, responded to criticisms over its illegal and unethical labour practices in its production facilities in Mainland China. The corporation reiterated that its labour practices fully comply with local laws. In contrast, SACOM’s latest report, entitled ‘Workers as Machines: Military Management in Foxconn’, finds that labour law violations are rampant in Foxconn’s production facilities. The followings are the responses from SACOM, based on our fieldwork and desk research.

Full text of the statement is available at http://sacom.hk/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/no-more-justification-of-labour-rights-violations.pdf.