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Foxconn considers Michigan for further US investments

Gov. Rick Snyder met company chairman Terry Gou in southern China

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou speaks to the media in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on July 27. He may invest in Michigan. (Photo by Debby Wu)

TAIPEI -- Key iPhone assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn Technology Group, is considering the Midwestern state of Michigan as a location for further U.S. investments, after state Gov. Rick Snyder visited the company's facilities in Shenzhen in southern China.

"Michigan is one of the states that we are considering as an investment location and our company is conducting an evaluation of the conditions for establishing a facility in that state," Foxconn said in a statement sent to the Nikkei Asian Review on Monday.

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