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Foxconn billionaire Terry Gou drops Taiwan presidential bid

Gou’s withdrawal gives the two candidates from the main parties a clearer run in the election. Tsai leads with 49% of support, compared with 42% for Han, according to a survey released by TVBS last week.

Foxconn is the top equipment manufacturer in India for 2018: Counterpoint

Foxconn has become the number one company in terms of Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) in India during 2018, according to Counterpoint’s India ODM-OEM survey.


Foxconn's chip boss tipped to be Taiwanese group's next chairman

Liu Young, 63, is also a board member of Foxconn's Japanese electronics unit Sharp Corp. The nomination would come after Gou, 68, told Reuters in April he planned to step down as chairman of the Apple Inc supplier so younger talent could move up the ranks.

Foxconn's Terry Gou says may run for Taiwan president, step back from daily business

Taiwan is gearing up for presidential elections in January at a time of heightened tensions across the Taiwan Strait, with Chinese bombers and warships conducting drills around the island on Monday.

Foxconn chairman says aims to step down to pave way for younger talent: Reuters

Gou said his plans would be discussed with the board of Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, in the coming months.

Foxconn close to trial output of newest iPhones in India

Apple has become a minor player in India with about 1 per cent of the country’s shipments as its higher prices deter customers in the world’s fastest growing major market.


Apple's top-end iPhone series will be assembled in India in 2019: Report

Apple iPhones to be made in India from 2019? Foxconn will be assembling the most expensive models, such as devices in the flagship iPhone X family

Apple iPhone supplier Foxconn is said to plan deep cost cuts

Foxconn Technology Group, Apple's iPhone assembler aims to cut 20 billion yuan ($2.9 billion) from expenses in 2019, the company plans to eliminate about 10 per cent of non-technical staff

Apple finds Foxconn interns worked illegal overtime on iPhone X

Apple supplier Foxconn has reportedly employed thousands of students to assemble iPhone X who are being forced to work overtime, media reported.

Wisconsin Senate approves $3 billion incentive for Foxconn plans

The bill approved on a bipartisan 64-31 vote would make $2.85 billion available to Foxconn Technology Group in cash payments if it invests $10 billion and hires 13,000 workers. The Wisconsin Senate approved the proposal Tuesday.