Foxconn Technology Group is moving forward with its plan to build a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin and President Donald Trump has promised to visit when production starts next year, the Taiwanese company’s leader told reporters after a meeting at the White House.
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou met with Trump on Wednesday to discuss the company’s ever-changing Wisconsin project. Gou was in Wisconsin on Thursday and met privately with Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and the state’s chief economic development official, who brokered the original Foxconn deal…
Gou told reporters after his meeting with Trump that the company remained committed to Wisconsin.
“It is not right to say our investment in Wisconsin has changed,” Gou said in a video broadcast by Taiwan media as reported by Nikkei Asian Review. “We suspended the work around October, November last year because the weather there was snowy and icy cold. We will continue our work in May when the weather gets warmer.”…
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