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Wednesday, September 06, 2017

One Export Expected To Jump $200M In Wisconsin Under Foxconn

It won't be LCD TV screens.

Remember, Foxconn noted in their introductory statement that having a factory in Wisconsin helps it better serve the American market. That means the vast majority of product assembled in Wisconsin will NOT be exported to other countries.

Bottom line: While we pay Foxconn to better serve us, the influx of global dollars to the state will be minimal. Such a deal!

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