Walker, signing Foxconn contract, says state will ‘take the world over’ in technology


Gov. Scott Walker and Foxconn CEO and Chairman Terry Gou signed off on the Foxconn contract today, with Walker saying the company’s planned $10 billion investment is “a big win” for the state’s residents.
The contract’s signing at S.C. Johnson & Son in Racine comes exactly 28 weeks after Wisconsin officials met with Gou at the White House at the end of April.
Walker touted the deal as “a big win for everybody living in the state of Wisconsin.”
“We’re just getting started, because we’re going to take the world over when it comes to high tech technology,” Walker said.
Walker, joined by Gou, ...

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