iPhone maker Foxconn mulling EV factory in Wisconsin
Apple iPhone contract manufacturer Foxconn is considering an electric-car factory in Wisconsin, The Guardian reported Tuesday.

Speaking in Taipei, Foxconn chairman Young Liu said the company could start building electric cars at an abandoned Wisconsin factory site in 2023, but indicated the company hasn`t firmly committed to EV production.

The Wisconsin factory was announced in 2017, and was originally slated to make LCD screens. It drew controversy after hundreds of residents were forced to move to make room for the factory, easily identifiable by a large glass dome, and millions of dollars in tax breaks were awarded, The Guardian noted...


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