Foxconn breaks ground on US$10bn Wisconsin plant

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2018-06-29

The world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer, Foxconn, has broken ground

US President Donald Trump and Foxconn chair Terry Gou both attended a ground-breaking ceremony for Foxconn’s new Wisconsin plant on Thursday. (AFP)

on a US$10 billion display panel plant in the US state of Wisconsin.

Owned by Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Company, Foxconn counts Apple among its major clients. Chair and CEO Terry Gou said Foxconn intends to create a “Wisconn Valley” around its factory complex. Gou said the project will bring high tech, high income, high potential and high values to Wisconsin.

The new plant is in line with US President Donald Trump’s policy to bring manufacturing jobs back from Asia.

On Thursday, President Donald Trump, Foxconn chair Terry Gou, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan attended a ground-breaking ceremony for Foxconn’s new Wisconsin plant.    [FULL  STORY]

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