Foxconn: Not China Unified
Foxconn Electronics (aka Hon Hai) plans to build a number of factories in the United States. While the electronics manufacturer is eyeing Detroit and Los Angeles.
Of course, here it is supposed to use Americans as workers. Terry Guo, chairman of Foxconn, said the company plans to create a special training program for American engineers, paying for travel to China or Taiwan. As part of the same program, Foxconn is in talks with specialists from MIT.
I wonder if specialists from the USA will pull, to put it mildly, not the most convenient work schedule.
In 1988, the company opened its first factory in China.
Since 1991, the company is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
Since 1994, Foxconn has acquired businesses in the United States and Japan.
In 1997 and 1998, Foxconn created additional ventures in the UK and the USA.
In 2007, Foxconn plants appeared in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Mexico, Brazil, India and Vietnam. 
In 2010, the opening of a plant in Russia took place. Now the plant occupies leased space in Shushary, the construction of its own building has been suspended for several reasons.