“Once Foxconn is able to provide more specific details on the proposed project, such as its size, scope, planned capital investment and job creation, WEDC [The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation] would be able to offer support for the project with tax incentives, ”wrote a state official, according to Reuters.
Foxconn responded to the outlet, calling Wisconsin’s statement a “disappointment and surprise that threatens good faith negotiations” with state officials going forward.
President TrumpDonald John Trump Mayor of Des Moines expresses concern over spread of coronavirus at Trump rally Judiciary Committee Judiciary Committee Democrats send second letter to DOJ about Barrett’s revelations: “Raises more questions he answers Trump asks campaign to plan daily events for him until election: MORE report, who hissed the plant’s initial announcement in 2017, personally intervened and spoke with the company’s president in early 2019 after Foxxconn said he was rethinking plans to build the factory.
The company later announced that it would continue to develop the facility as planned, but failed to create as many jobs as it had originally promised.
“We undertook the assessment while simultaneously seeking to expand our investment across Wisconsin well beyond our original plans to ensure that the company, our workforce, the local community and the state of Wisconsin will be positioned for long term success, ”the company said. at the time, prompting a tweet from Trump: “Good news on Foxconn in Wisconsin after my conversation with Terry Gou!” “
Good news on Foxconn in Wisconsin after my conversation with Terry Gou! https://t.co/2wtuCdl7TX
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 1, 2019