Thursday, July 27, 2017

Foxconn Announces Plan For Wisconsin Display Factory

Say what you want, bringing 3,000 jobs back to U.S. soil (with the potential for 10,000 more) is a good thing.

Foxconn, supplier to companies like Apple, BlackBerry, Nintendo and Microsoft, formally announced its plans to open a factory in Wisconsin, which is part of a $10 billion investment in production in America. The Taiwanese company's upcoming facility in the American Midwest is expected to employ at least 3,000 people and potentially increase to 13,000 total jobs, a win for Trump's agenda to return manufacturing jobs to the US.