The company recognized and official manufacturers of technology products Apple has unveiled its plans around its expansion and investment in the United States.
And it is that Foxconn, would find willing to broaden their horizons and market, through preliminary constructions plants in the US. UU. Likewise, we were informed that the Taiwanese company would already be managing the creation of new jobs.
This news was released and confirmed by CNBC, who yesterday announced that Foxconn, would be investing $ 7 billion for expansion. Whose main objective is the creation of 50,000 new jobs in the next 4 years within the country.
The result is expected to was the recent election of new president Donald Trump, who, on more than one occasion has made known his desire that reoccurrence in this country.
It is known that through a call made by Apple CEO - Tim Cook to Trump, this would have mentioned that one of its objectives and future achievements, would get Apple to build a giant plant in the United States. To do this, Trump would have offered incentives to the company, such as a large tax cut to carry it out.
Currently, it is known that Cook maintains a neutral position against this tempting offer. While Foxconn CEO - Terry Gou, is said to still be watching the pros and cons about this possible investment, as production in the US compared to China will inevitably cause higher costs to the company.
It is perhaps for this reason that Foxconn has just made clear: "That more details will come after his talks with relevant US officials have concluded."
As is known, Foxconn currently operates in China. And according to statements by Tim Cook, one of the main reasons why Apple manufacturing is focused on China, it is due to the large number of people who have "With the professional profile and skills" required.
On the other hand, it is known that Foxconn has manufacturing facilities in a very small scale within the United States, in Virginia and Indiana, along with logistical locations in California and Texas.
However, and although the intentions of the Taiwanese company are still unclear. The truth is that Foxconn, if you invest, but it remains unclear which sector will focus for full expansion.