Eastman Kodak, Dell and Apple supplier Foxconn are among the targets for unionization set by the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), following its successful introduction of labor representation at Wal-Mart's 62 stores. ACFTU director general Guo Wencai said the success with Wal-Mart had increased demands for unions to be set up in all foreign-funded enterprises in China, including Fortune 500 companies, the Wall Street Journal reported. A Kodak spokesperson said the company didn't oppose trade unions while a Dell spokesperson said they were committed to having open communications with staff at all levels. The ACFTU drive is part of efforts to help wage migrant workers, who endure poor working conditions and payment delays. However, it is argued that the government-backed ACFTU is merely looking to expand Beijing's control.