Apple assembler Foxconn considering iPhone factory in Vietnam: state media
HANOI (Reuters) - Apple Inc's biggest iPhone assembler, Foxconn, is considering setting up a factory in Vietnam to mitigate any impact of an ongoing trade war between the United States and China, Vietnamese state media reported.
The report comes after several executives interviewed by Reuters last week singled out Vietnam and neighboring Thailand as preferred destinations should they need to shelter operations from the trade war, braving hurdles such a lack of skilled labor and inadequate infrastructure.
"Foxconn Group and the Hanoi People's Committee are working together to open an iPhone manufacturing facility in Vietnam to negate the impacts of the U.S.-China trade war," the Vietnam Investment Review reported on Monday.
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No Tea For Me18 hours ago
Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia are the future of electronics manufacturing. They work for less than even Chinese workers.
William18 hours ago
Didn't we just give Foxconn billions of dollars to build a plant here in the US. Why did we do that?
dwayne19 hours ago
Wasn’t Foxconn going to build this plant in Wisconsin?
Tom S18 hours ago
Apple shops for the cheapest place to assemble $1200+ phones. Profit margin is sky high yet Apple can't bring itself to build these overpriced phones in the US.
Banon17 hours ago
All Samsung TV, Samsung phones are made in Vietnam now
Michael Wan19 hours ago
The easiest way of doing it is setup a factory at Vietnam and China boarder. The supply can go from Shenzhen straightly into Vietnam.
Bret18 hours ago
Oh, I get it, they are playing this for more gov't money and tax free like others have done like carrier, if you give treatment to one business,,,the rest,,,what about me
Stinky Davis18 hours ago
Apple probably found out, that the Vietnam looks, work cheaper than the China coolies.With less government oversight.More profit on those I phones.