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iPhone builder Foxconn will open factory in Wisconsin

iPhone builder Foxconn will open factory in Wisconsin

Foxconn, the Taiwanese maker of Apple Inc.’s iPhone, will build its first American factory in Wisconsin, a sprawling campus to produce liquid-crystal display panels that would represent one of the largest investments by a foreign company in the United States, officials said Wednesday.

The factory is expected to add 3,000 to 13,000 direct jobs and amount to a $10-billion investment, a move that will boost President Trump’s credentials in his pledged goal to bring more overseas jobs back to the U.S.

“We are committed to creating great jobs for American people,” Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou said at a news conference at the White House on Wednesday attended by Trump, Vice President...

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