Journalists' Assets Frozen in US$3.75m Defamation Lawsuit

Foxconn, a Taiwan-funded company, filed a lawsuit against two correspondents of the First Business Daily on July 10, claiming they damaged the company's reputation and demanded 30 million yuan (US$3. 75 million) in compensation and a freeze on the two reporters' personal property. It was the first case of its kind involving journalists but the case was later dropped.
· Foxconn Defamation Lawsuit Withdrawn
· Foxconn Sues Former Staff for US$8.75m
· Defamation Claim Against Journalists Cut to 1 Yuan
· Shenzhen Court Ruling on Foxconn Case 'Absurd'
· Journalists' Assets Frozen in Defamation Lawsuit
· Foxconn Refutes UK Media Labor Allegations
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