Last week, there were media reports that a letter from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers wrote to Assistant Director Guo Taiming (Louis Woo) that Foxconn had invested $10 billion in a factory in Wisconsin. Wisconsin is renegotiating the terms of the agreement. According to CNBC, the content of the letter stated that Foxconn proposed a proposal to amend the agreement at a meeting in March.
Regarding the search for changes to the agreement, Foxconn’s statement issued last week did not deny it. But the company said, "We have never wavered in our commitment to the Wisconsin contract and the creation of 13,000 jobs, which is part of our broader effort to promote Wisconsin as a global technology center."
For the White House statement on the meeting between Guo Taiming and Trump, Foxconn did not immediately respond to the media's request for comment.
News about Foxconn's plans to invest further in Wisconsin may surprise local residents. Because it is reported that Foxconn has promised little progress in the project construction. Foxconn is an electronics foundry that produces intelligence for OEMs such as Apple and other technology companies.Mobile phoneAnd other electronic products. Foxconn's investment in Wisconsin will be the plant's first factory outside of Asia, which is expected to create thousands of jobs, which was once considered a return to the US manufacturing strategy by the Trump administration. An initial achievement.
However, Foxconn’s investment plan soon suffered a change. An assistant to Foxconn’s chief executive told Reuters in January that the company is still evaluating the types of jobs Foxconn’s investment projects in Wisconsin. The assistant said that Foxconn hopes to establish a "technology center." Foxconn’s investment projects in the state were originally thought to be building a factory. Although Foxconn subsequently issued a statement confirming that its project plan is still in progress, it did not clarify what type of jobs it will create. Sources have told Reuters that the company’s planned recruitment of approximately 5,200 people by the end of 2020 has also been reduced to about 1,000.
According to the Hong Kong South China Morning Post, after he announced his plan to run for the leader of the Taiwan region last month, Guo Taiming said that if elected, he would seek Trump’s support in Taiwan. But the White House press secretary said that Guo Taiming and Trump "have not discussed the support for his (Guo Taiming) campaign in Taiwan, he is just a good friend."