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Q: Foxconn heading toward America

12 weeks 6 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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The usual. Search “Foxconns broken promises”. It seems Fox Con should be their real name. Brazil, USA and others have fallen victims to them. 

http://www.philly.com/philly/business/Foxconns-broken-pledges-cast-doubt-on-Trump-jobs-plan.html. There are others, but my browser is having problems copying links.

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https://9to5mac.com/2016/05/09/foxconn-india-iphone-manufacturing/

 

America is getting a piece, but India is getting the whole pie.

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They would go bankrupt. I remember my favorite job in Colorado was SCI handled computer building for IBM, Dell and Others and I'll never forget the 2001 layoff speech by the director: We are sorry to inform you that we and myself have all been laid off, some of you will be selected for job offers to work in China, Taiwan, Philipines and Thailand because that is where your jobs are heading, labor in the USA has become to expensive. Please check your name on the list before you leave to see if you've been selected for overseas positions.

So if Foxconn really goes to the U.S it'll end the same way, history will repeat itself.

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I have been following this, and I think it is good.

 

And I give credit to Trump. He knows not what he is doing, but the Foxconn ppl do.

 

I would go so far as to suggest that Foxconn suggested that POTUS stopped promoting an adjacent island. Foxconn are based there, they are not a PRC company.

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Any update on this?

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The usual. Search “Foxconns broken promises”. It seems Fox Con should be their real name. Brazil, USA and others have fallen victims to them. 

http://www.philly.com/philly/business/Foxconns-broken-pledges-cast-doubt-on-Trump-jobs-plan.html. There are others, but my browser is having problems copying links.

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In the article it claims Television was invented in America.
I thought it was a Scotts man in London?

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Still on the need answers and....

branching out does not mean moving out. When they shutdown factories in China, then talk about moving out

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