Electronics maker Foxconn International warned late on Tuesday that it expected its first-half losses to increase from the same period a year ago due to weaker pricing and higher depreciation expenses.

The warning comes at a time when Foxconn and its parent company, Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., are struggling with a wave of labor unrest in China's southeastern industrial hub, where increasingly assertive migrant workers are demanding better conditions and higher wages.

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(Reporting by Sui-Lee Wee, Editing by Jonathan Hopfner)