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Foxconn to shift some output from Shenzhen to Taiwan

Chairman Gou unveils plans to avoid US-China trade war

Foxconn seeks to avoid the impact of the U.S.-China trade war by shifting some production from the mainland to Taiwan.

TAIPEI -- Top iPhone assembler Foxconn, the world's largest contract manufacturer, plans to move some production of high-value-added telecommunications equipment and servers to Taiwan from the Chinese mainland to avoid the U.S.-China trade war, according to Chairman Terry Gou.

Gou's remarks in an interview with Taiwan's CommonWealth Magazine provide further details of relocation plans announced by the chairman in March, as reported by the Nikkei Asian Review.

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