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Foxconn purchases two properties in Wisconsin
The Taiwanese electronics company has entered into an agreement to buy two buildings in downtown Eau Claire, west-central Wisconsin, according to local news station WEAU News.
Foxconn will use the two buildings as a laboratory and as an innovation centre, creating at least 150 high-tech jobs. Foxconn plans to close this year and begin operations next year. At the end of June, Foxconn held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new LCD panel plant in Wisconsin, where the company has vowed to invest around USD 10 billion.