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Taiwanese technology giant Foxconn held a morale-boosting, costumed "employee rally" after a string of suicides at its Chinese factories turned a spotlight on working conditions.

A woman demonstrator unfurls a protest sign reading "Put an end to blood and sweat factories, return to a happy society" while a portrait of Terry Gou, chief of Foxconn, is displayed during a rally outside an exhibition hall in Taipei on June 1, 2010.

Scuffles broke out in Taiwan's capital as protesters alleging labour abuses by IT giants including Foxconn tried to enter a venue where President Ma Ying-jeou was opening Asia's biggest technology fair.

The activists shouting "Capitalists kill people" and holding placards and pictures of Foxconn chief Terry Gou fought with uniformed police as they tried to deliver a letter to Ma while he launched Computex Taipei.

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If they pass, it would make Taiwan the first country in Asia to allow same-sex marriage.

In July 2015, Taichung announced it would be joining Taipei and Kaohsiung in recognizing same-sex partnerships.

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In reponse to a similar panic in 2013, he said it was always good to question rumours, because it is hard to say what effect the working hours in a factory in Taiwan might have on Apple's entire business.

"The supply chain is very complex and we have multiple sources for things. There is an inordinate long list of things that can make any single data point not a great proxy for what is going on," Cook said.