Apple, Foxconn considering joint investment in $7 billion U.S. display factory
Foxconn Chairman Tarry Gou says that the company is considering a joint investment with Apple in a new display manufacturing facility in the United States. The facility would apparently cost around $7 billion and be "highly automated".
From Nikki Asian Review:
Foxconn is also considering moving a display startup, Smart Technologies, from Canada to the U.S. following the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has previously indicated that he will pursue a major increase in U.S.-based manufacturing. However, Gou is skeptical that the American public will want to pay the increased prices that would come from consumer electronics being made in the U.S.
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