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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - C.L. Huang
Foxconn Technology Group, which makes iPhones and other gadgets for global technology companies, plans to charge them more to partly cover wage increases at its mammoth manufacturing compound in southern China.
Huang said Foxconn will also cover the wage increases _ to become fully effective in October _ by speeding up factory automation programs.
She also said Foxconn's Shenzhen compound will produce higher value-added goods while shifting low-margin production to inland factories where wages are lower.