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Foxconn’s U.S. plant passes second vote; WSJ backtracks from iPhone display claims

The $3B tax subsidy package needed to persuade Foxconn to open a display plant in Wisconsin passed its second hurdle yesterday as the Wisconsin state assembly voted to approve the deal. This follows a vote by the jobs & economy committee earlier in the week … more…
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