Times change. And if earlier European and American manufacturers sought to Asia for cheaper labor, now Asians are thinking about expanding production in the United States. At least it might well do foxconn.
The company said it could well start building factories in Los Angeles and Detroit. To begin with, TV sets will be produced on them, then the range may well be expanded. Most of the production process will be automated.
Of course, the assembly cost in the US can be higher than in China or Taiwan. However, high automation of the assembly will make it possible to do without a large number of hired workers. In addition, the US government may well meet the manufacturer in order to create additional jobs, which Obama promised in his election. He also promised to reduce the country's economic dependence on China, in which new production facilities can also help.