Foxconn says plan to invest $10 billion in southeastern Wisconsin ‘remains unchanged’


Foxconn Technology Group is insisting it remains committed to its pledged $10 billion investment in southeastern Wisconsin, though the Taiwanese manufacturer also plans to make smaller screens at its Racine County site.
The statement comes after a report from Nikkei Asian Review, which cites anonymous sources, that said Foxconn is considering producing smaller display panels for tablets, cars and other things, rather than the larger screens the company initially said it would make.
The move, the story from the Japan-based publication said, would mean reduced initial costs for Foxconn as "large...

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