Foxconn Technology Group will keep on increasing worker salaries in China and cutting the hours of work, Chairman Terry Gou said on Sunday, after it came under fire for poor working conditions for employees making Apple iPhones and iPads.

As part of its efforts to relieve the pressure on its existing factories in Chinese cities such as Shenzhen and Chengdu, Gou said Foxconn would be building high-tech manufacturing facilities in Hainan, as well as expanding operations in Brazil.

"We are a saying now in the company, ‘you work fewer hours, but get more pay’," Gou told Reuters at the 2012 Boao Forum for Asia in China’s Hainan island province. "We won’t stop here and will continue to increase salaries."

 
 
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