NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Apple on Tuesday said Wistron had begun the process of restarting operations at its violence-hit factory in southern India and that it was working with the Taiwanese firm to ensure that all necessary systems were in place.
“For the past eight weeks, teams across Apple, along with independent auditors, have been working with Wistron to make sure the necessary systems and processes are in place at their Narasapura facility,” Apple said in a statement.
“Wistron remains on probation and we will monitor their progress closely.”
Reporting by Sankalp Phartiyal, editing by Louise Heavens
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