Tech Apple's China manufacturing model under threat Add to ... Reuters Published Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 6:25AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 6:52AM EDT Companies like Foxconn, which assembles most of the world's iPads and iPhones, are struggling to find workers to fill their massive facilities as more young Chinese shun the factory floor. Watch More Video: Money Monitor: Why five-year mortgage terms are popular Trump hints that Boeing could get more orders for F-18 Super Hornet fighter jets Inside the Market: Now that you've contributed, how do you build an RRSP investment plan? Unilever rejects Kraft's $143-billion bid Tony Blair warns on Brexit as U.K. retail sales fall Greece and lenders once again racing to agree to deal Facebook CEO's bid to reboot globalization Samsung boss arrested over alleged bribes Could the Nokia 3310 be making a comeback? Donald Trump, NAFTA top of mind at Toronto auto show Trump's proposed border tax worries U.S. businesses Air France-KLM gets lifts from profit jump Sales figures grim reading for Opel, Peugeot Crackdown on fake cotton helps revive Egypt crop How do people use an RRSP at different stages in life? What to consider ahead of your first RRSP meeting Peugeot-Opel deal provokes German, UK worries 'Yellen trade' keeps world stocks riding high U.S. firms in China change their tune on trade Global inflation on the march? AAPL-QApple IncLatest Price$135.72+0.38(+0.28%)Updated February 17 4:15 PM EST. Delayed by at least 15 minutes. Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Let's Talk Investing Video: Why active saving is making a comeback Real estate Video: Is the Vancouver housing market cooling too quickly?