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, after one of them was accused by US-based group China Labor Watch of using child labour.
HEG Electronics owns the plant in question. The company builds goods for a number of vendors, including Samsung, Motorola, and LG.
Speaking of companies with questionable labour practices,.
The contract manufacturer had agreed to buy the stake in March, and the sale at the time was priced at ¥550, or US$7 per share for a total of US$800 million. But due to a credit rating cut and a plunge in share prices, Sharp shares are now worth a lot less.
Lenovo's Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) division head Gianfrano Lanci hasjust a month after Acer's CEO JT Wang lashed out at the device.
Wang wasn't particularly pleased about Microsoft's intention to compete with its hardware partners, but Lanci said that the device will be a good addition to a competitive market.
Lenovo is also said to be.
Sweden had issued an international warrant on Warg for "a crime related to information technology." Warg has been in hot water thanks to his popular torrent website, and is likely to be sent home to Sweden.
Web metrics firm NetMarketShare has released data showing that usage of. However, Windows 7 is now the dominant OS in the world, having finally overtaken the popular Windows XP.