By James Pomfret HONG KONG, May 24 (Reuters) - A deadly explosion at a Chinese factory making iPads for Apple has focused attention on lax industrial safety standards that continue to plague many Chinese workers, while raising supply chain risks in the high-end electronics sector. Production in parts of the plant in the southwestern city of Chengdu were suspended by Foxconn Technology Group , Apple's biggest manufacturing partner, after three workers died and fifteen were injured in a ...
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