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Foxconn considers bringing in Chinese personnel to Wisconsin

As US labor market tightens, iPhone assembler struggles to find engineers

President Donald Trump, center, and Foxconn founder Terry Gou, second from right, take part in the groundbreaking ceremony for Foxconn's LCD manufacturing campus in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, on June 28.   © Reuters

MOUNT PLEASANT, U.S. (Dow Jones) -- Foxconn Technology Group is considering bringing in personnel from China to help staff a large facility under construction in southern Wisconsin as it struggles to find engineers and other workers in one of the tightest labor markets in the U.S.

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