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Chinese authorities have rolled out the red carpet for leaders including India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, the South Korean president, Park Geun-hye, Brazil’s president, Michel Temer, and the British prime minister, Theresa May, who touched down on Sunday morning.
Apple 'failing to protect Chinese factory workers'
The sprawling factory compound, all grey dormitories and weather-beaten warehouses, blends seamlessly into the outskirts of the Shenzhen megalopolis. Foxconn’s enormous Longhua plant is a major manufacturer of Apple products. It might be the best-known factory in the world; it might also might be among the most secretive and sealed-off. Security guards man each of the entry points. Employees can’t get in without swiping an ID card; drivers entering with delivery trucks are subject to fingerprint scans. A Reuters journalist was once dragged out of a car and beaten for taking photos from outside the factory walls. The warning signs outside – “This factory area is legally established with state approval. Unauthorised trespassing is prohibited. Offenders will be sent to police for prosecution!” – are more aggressive than those outside many Chinese military compounds.
originally posted by: Oldtimer2
a reply to: ManFromEurope
LMAO,what do you mean,ever see how Hillary dresses,the Chinese had no respect for Obama,he was easily bought off
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: loam
Well another way of looking at it is with the conflict with North Korea more importance is placed on the current meeting.
The Chinese had to deal with a gaggle of talking heads at the G20 with Obama so you can't really draw a parrallel.