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Foxconn could start manufacturing large displays in the US

27
Jan
2014

At an event commemorating its 40th anniversary this weekend, Foxconn boss Terry Gou mentioned that the company is exploring the possibility of opening a display manufacturing plant in the US that could produce screens larger than 60 inches, The Wall Street Journal reports. The days of an Asian stronghold on high-tech manufacturing appear numbered as industry giant Foxconn — and major brands including Apple and Google — make a push to move hardware lines to North America and elsewhere. And this isnt Foxconns first venture in the US: Gous company has been making moves in the US for years, most recently announcing a $40 million investment in Pennsylvania in November. Foxconns interest in the large display business has grown since taking a sizable investment in Sharp in 2012.

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