The Taiwanese government might get in the way of Foxconn’s plans to support mainland China’s struggling chip giant, Tsinghua Unigroup, Reuters reported. Taiwanese media reported this week that Apple supplier Foxconn, which is headquartered in Taiwan but makes most of the world’s iPhones in China, had planned to make a $1.46 billion investment in the debt-ridden Unigroup, which was recently...
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