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Foxconn Backflips On Backflip

Foxconn Technology has backed down from its decision not to build a factory in Wisconsin, following talks with US President Donald Trump.

The Taiwanese company had been considering dumping earlier plans to make liquid crystal display panels at the planned US$10 billion Wisconsin campus.

But Foxconn changed back to Plan A after conversations between Trump and Foxconn chairman Terry Gou. The company now says it will move forward with construction of a Gen 6 fab facility – a type of plant that produces displays.

The 20-million-square-foot campus would involve the largest investment for a brand new location by a foreign-based company in US history.

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