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Apple asks Foxconn for help with expanding in Southeast Asia

Apple has reportedly partnered with Foxconn to aid the Cupertino company to expand to the Southeast Asia market.
DigiTimes reports – citing Chinese-language Economic Daily News – that Apple is expected to start construction of two new R&D centers in Asia in 2017 – located in Indonesia and in Shenzhen, China.

The Taiwanese EMS is no newcomer to Indonesia and has been operating in the country for a couple of years with partners such as Luna and Huawei.

Foxconn has however declined to comment on the media reports.


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