Foxconn Founder Wants Apple to Give Up on Making iPhones in China
Saturday, 22 June 2019 Apple is seen by many as the next big victim of the trade war between the United States and China, especially after Huawei got banned from working with American firms. And while Huawei officials think China should leave Apple alone, the founder of Foxconn, which is one of the largest employers in China and the company in charge of building iPhones, recommends the Cupertino-based tech giant to leave the country. Terry Gou says Apple should move its iPhone production to Taiwan, as his company has the necessary facilities here to cope with Apple’s requirements. “I am urging Apple to move to Taiwan,” Gou was quoted as saying by Bloomberg. “I think it is very possible,” he contin...
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