TAIPEI (Reuters) – taiwan’s Foxconn said on Thursday that in the past, Reuters reported on its factory return to the schedule in China was not, in fact, are.
FILE PHOTO: Visitors look at a Foxconn booth at the World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin, China, May 19, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer/File Photo
Foxconn said in a statement released to the Taipei stock exchange, without elaborating on the production.
The world’s largest contract electronics maker, was formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd, is a supplier to tech giant Apple Inc. and others.
It was one of the many businesses that are shuttered for the mainland China plant by the corona virus outbreak, and then slowed down next to the exit.
“Recently, Reuters reported at the group’s annual general resumption of the plans to the mainland of China, the plants are not, in fact, and Hon Hai is, hereby, clarified that he,” Foxconn said in a statement.
“In the past, as in the previously-mentioned media reports, relating to the group’s mainland China plants to resume work, are usually not constructive,” he said, adding that the reports have caused “confusion and difficulty for employees, investors and the general public.”
If you are being asked to make it clear as to which aspects of the reports that Foxconn was referring to, the president of the company, Jimmy Huang told Reuters by telephone on Thursday that all of the developments have been made in the statement to the stock exchange.
Reuters reported on Monday that Foxconn was given the green light to restart two of the big factories in China are closed due to the corona virus, citing a person with direct knowledge of the matter. Foxconn wants to set up production again, even though only about 10% of the population had returned as of Monday, the person said.
On Wednesday, Reuters reported that Foxconn is hoping to resume one half of the production in China, by the end of the month, citing a person with direct knowledge of the internal goals of the President, in His Young Way.
Foxconn had previously said that the company doesn’t comment on specific manufacturing initiatives is due to the commercial sensitivity. It said its teams in China, working closely with the respective local governments and agencies in carrying out their post-holiday production schedules.
Reporting by Yimou Lee and Roger Tung; Editing by Kim Coghill Cushing and Christopher