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Rick Snyder
As a practical matter, you have a situation where a bill's going through the Legislature. Doesn't it make sense that I should be talking to Republicans and Democrats and trying to work together on getting something done? I thought that's how the legislative process should work. I'm not focused on partisanship. I'm focused on getting good jobs for
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Jun 23 2017
Terry Gou, Alberto Moel, Mark Newman and Tai Jeng-wu, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Foxconn. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 25 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 41 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Terry Gou is: “It is not a done deal yet. I believe there is still a chance for Foxconn.”.
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Satoshi Tsunakawa

Tokyo Stock Exchange rules say that if it decides to delist a company, then it obviously thinks the stability of the market is threatened if it's not delisted immediately. So we will do our utmost to avoid being

Mark Newman - Sanford Bernstein

The jobs would move to China from Japan, and furthermore China would go after market share at the expense of crushing industry economics, so the U.S., Taiwan, Korea, Japan all get hurt substantially by this

Hiroshige Seko

It is fundamentally unthinkable that the Industry Ministry would intervene and take some kind of

Alberto Moel - Sanford Bernstein

It actually puts the onus on the U.S. in a way. They are saying: 'I'm along for the ride. Here's my

Alberto Moel - Sanford Bernstein

The government themselves aren't going to remind you of that, Trump has no intention of helping you remember that. What's the downside?feedback

Mark Selden

They are scrambling to look good. It's a sign of the pressure that Trump is placing on everyone in the world to deliver on his

Scott Andes

The proof is always in the pudding. But it is important to be skeptical. I would hope it's not just smoke and mirrors with Foxconn or any other of these

Terry Gou - Foxconn

I cannot say we are for sure getting it, but we are very confident. We are also very sincere. Money should not be the only thing (for Toshiba) to consider... We can help its technology to be sold in products all over the world. That is Foxconn's advantage. Because we have the experience with Sharp, we think if Toshiba goes to us, we are its client, its user. We would even invite it to set up a factory in China. It can keep its core technology in Japan but it is about expanding

Ben Wood - CCS Insight

Having Foxconn as one of its backers gives HMD Global an advantage of some rivals. As the biggest contract phone manufacturer in the world it can offer scale advantages and access to the latest technology which should help HMD Global to offer strong devices in the fiercely competitive Android smartphone

Masayuki Kubota - Rakuten Securities

Usually in a corporate turnaround plan, the company would keep its most competitive business after selling non-performing businesses. This turnaround plan gives no hope for Toshiba's

Mark Newman - Sanford Bernstein

The NAND business is the only one with value, as it makes up all of the semi-conductor profits, which comprise 75 percent of the overall company's profit. I won't be surprised if they sell another 20 percent in a few years time and then another 20

Brian White - Drexel Hamilton

Both countries need each other a lot. Foxconn, for example, employees a million people working on Apple products in China. We, as consumers – the vast majority of consumers in the U.S. – enjoy lower prices. Both countries are winning based on the way things are set

Terry Gou - Foxconn

I thought it was a private conversation, but then the next morning it was exposed. There is such a plan, but it is not a promise. It is a wish. Automation, software and technology innovation will be our key focus in the US in the coming few

Terry Gou - Foxconn

The rise of protectionism is unavoidable. Secondly, the trend of politics serving the economy is clearly

Hannes Niederhauser

If we develop poorly and our share price falls significantly I expect that Foxconn will do a full

Colin Gillis - BGC Partners

I do believe that some manufacturing may come back to the United States, primarily because of the fact that president-elect Donald Trump is going to twist Apple's arm. And there's been reports that Foxconn is reviewing being able to assemble plants, and it would be a good

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

If the world moves to a more nationalistic approach 'made in America, by Americans, for Americans' or 'made in China, by Chinese, for Chinese'? The unwind of these variable conditions will likely impact margins, growth and suppliers exposed to the globalization trend of the last decade. The same will likely make global tech a tougher place to invest in

Kavin Bharti Mittal - Mittal

I'm thrilled to announce this new milestone in our journey. Tencent and Foxconn both have pedigrees that speak for themselves and such an investment especially in today's market just goes to show the strong foundation on which Hike is being built. The new fund raise is going to allow us to push Hike to greater heights and invest in areas that will be key to our long term vision and

Terry Gou - Foxconn

I'm not going to sugar-coat the challenges. But I have a clear roadmap in my

Toyodo Uemura - Sharp Corporation

Sharp and Foxconn have not set a signing date. Both companies are working hard to reach a satisfactory agreement as soon as practically

Atul Goyal

That puts the entire deal in jeopardy. This is especially so given the dramatic back and forth that happened between Sharp and Foxconn in 2012, when Foxconn agreed to acquire a stake in Sharp but then later walked

Gavin Parry

Sharp has the know-how to construct out the elements to compete with Samsung as an Apple supplier, because of this that with Sharp under its umbrella Foxconn can assist Apple wean itself off Samsung. this gives Foxconn better pricing energy with

Teruo Asamoto

Hon Hai's vast network of clients can help absorb Sharp's LCD panel output. Hon Hai, for its part, can consolidate its position as a contract manufacturer by taking in Sharp's display

Terry Gou - Foxconn

We don't want to destroy this company. We want to keep this company for another 100 years. Working together with us is the right

Huang Jun - Foxconn

In the past, from the time we started work until when we finished, we would not really have a break. But now we have been given time to

Mary Williams

It's my responsibility to make sure the company that I support also supports good labour

Adrian Mowat - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

China is very challenged demographically – we are seeing a shortage of labour for manufacturing and companies like Foxconn and Honhai need to move outside China in order to get access to lower

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