Foxconn builds a factory in Vietnam

The Reuters website published information about the start of the construction process of a new factory in Vietnam, which is being carried out by Foxconn. The investment will cost $ 270 million.

The plant will be located in the Bać Giang province and will most likely produce MacBooks and iPads. It is estimated that the new plant will be able to produce eight million pieces of computers and tablets within a year.

It is worth recalling that in November last year, Apple presented to Foxconn a requirement to transfer part of the production of MacBooks and iPads from China to Vietnam. The purpose of such action is to diversify the supply chain and gradually become independent from factories located in China.

Foxconn has so far invested $ 1.5 billion in factories in Vietnam. This year, these investments are expected to increase by $ 700 million. About 10,000 workers will find work in the new factories.

Source: MacRumors for Reuters


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