February 25, 2013

Is Foxconn Fleeing China? Sure Looks Like It

Gordon Chang, Forbes

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Foxconn, China's largest private-sector employer, looks as if it should be firmly tied to the People's Republic. About 1.5 million of its 1.6 million workers are there, and its operations in Mexico and Europe seem marginal to its business. Yet now it’s evident that, despite everything, the company’s growth will be outside China.

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