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(From SinoCast China IT Watch)
SHENZHEN, August 30, SinoCast -- The Foxconn issue upgraded after a Chinese court has frozen the personal assets of a reporter and an editor at a Shanghai newspaper after Apple iPod manufacturer Foxconn sued the pair for CNY 30 million for allegedly damaging its reputation over reports of substandard work conditions.
Foxconn's subsidiary in Shenzhen reportedly petitioned the city's Intermediate People's Court on July 10 to freeze the property of Wang You, a reporter for China Business News, and Weng Bao, an editor at the newspaper. The locked-up assets include apartments, a car and bank accounts.
The company also …