Foxconn recently reiterated that the company’s new 6G LCD factory in Wisconsin will kick off operations sometime during the fourth quarter of 2020 to help assemble small-area panels for smartphones, tablets, and TVs, the Economic Daily News reported on February 2020. The company also plans to increase workforce at its Wisconsin high-tech park from 520 people in 2019 to 1,500-2,000 this year, with an aim to bring a total of 13,000 jobs in the future. This high-tech park will include a 6G LCD factory, a data center, and a smart manufacturing center. On top of that, the company will also work on education and training for talent in the areas of big data, high-speed computing, smart networking, and industrial AI. Besides the United States, Foxconn also has factories in Taiwan, Mexico, Vietnam, India, and China. Foxconn’s production share in China is currently 75% and the company plans to reduce to below 70%. By moving some of its factories out of China, the company aims to soften the impact of new coronavirus and the US-China trade war on its global IT clients.