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Foxconn's Wisconsin plant faces headwinds after US elections

Incoming governor wants to renegotiate deals around $10bn factory

Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou, left, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker touted the planned LCD panel plant as a win on job creation for the U.S. Now, Walker has lost a bid for re-election.   © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Concerns are emerging over the future of Foxconn Technology Group's $10 billion investment in the U.S. state of Wisconsin after the politician who helped to harness nearly $4bn in tax breaks and other incentives for the project was ousted in Tuesday's election by a fierce critic of the package.

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