“Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) has issued another statement related to the recent riots at its Taiyuan facility in China saying that production lines that were temporary halted to assist the investigation by local police on September 24, have already resumed operations on September 25,” Ninelu Tu and Joseph Tsai report for DigiTimes.

“As for whether the disturbance will affect the company’s shipments for ‘the latest smartphone product,’ Foxconn said the facility is not responsible for any product assembly, and therefore there will not by any impact on product shipments,” Tu and Tsai report. “Foxconn said there were no deaths and all the injured are currently being carefully attended to.”

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