Foxconn’s bid for tax subsidies rejected by Wisconsin officials

Wisconsin state officials have reportedly rejected Foxconn’s application for tax subsidies because the company’s plans for a factory in the state were smaller than initially proposed.

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Foxconn, known as one of Apple’s key iPhone assembly partners, touted the Wisconsin plant project as one that would eventually employ as many as 13,000 people in the local economy. Since its announcement, the project has been troubled by slow progress and discrepancies in its plans.

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