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Supply Chain

Taiwan's Foxconn and others accelerate investment in Mexico

Supply chain shifts westward thanks to U.S. policy and client requests

A Foxconn sign in Mexico, where it recently established a headquarters.   © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Taiwanese tech suppliers are increasing their production capacity in Mexico to meet growing demand for electric vehicles and servers to be made in North America.

The moves by key iPhone assembler Foxconn and others are in response to changes in U.S. policy and requests from clients, which together are gradually shifting parts of the supply chain from East to West.

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