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Foxconn starts shipping Xiaomi, InFocus phones from Andhra Pradesh plant
Times of India

InFocus Partners Foxconn to Produce Phones and Televisions in ...

"All our phones will come from Foxconn's Andhra plant and our TVs from its Chennai plant," said InFocus' India chief Sachin Thapar. NDTV, 26 minutes ago

Foxconn ex-staff want jobs back

CHENNAI: Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn is staring at labour strife in Tamil Nadu, where it had shut shop well over a quarter ago. About 490 of its former workers, who had received severance pay and benefits in February, are now demanding their jobs ...
 Economic Times9 hours ago Not satisfied with severance pay, Foxconn ex-staff want their jobs back  Business Insider India8 minutes ago iPhone manufacturer Foxconn's ex-staff want jobs back  Economic Times4 hours ago iPhone manufacturer Foxconn ex-staff want jobs back  Economic Times9 hours ago

With a slew of launches InFocus enters Indian market

InFocus, the US based technology company on Tuesday launched of a slew of smartphones, tablets & LED TVs. The Foxconn-backed company is eyeing to expand in the Indian Market. Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contractor manufacturer, ...
 Business Standard India22 hours ago
Mangalorean

InFocus ties up with Foxconn, eyes $1 bn by 2016

New Delhi, July 28 (IANS) US technology firm InFocus' India arm on Tuesday revealed that it was tying up with Foxconn to produce phones and TVs in India and was also looking to become a $1 billion company by 2016.
 News Chennai Online18 hours ago InFocus unveils a slew of new India-specific devices including a 3D smartphone  DNA India21 hours ago Infocus eyes $1 bn biz by 2016, sell made in India phones, Tvs  ZeeNews.com22 hours ago
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Rediff.com

What prompted iPhone maker Foxconn to enter India again

Six months after it closed its factory in Chennai, the company has promised to set up 10-12 plants and employ 1 million workers in India by 2020. But this time round, it is treading cautiously. In the first week of April, Terry Gou, the founder of Foxconn Technology Group, had visitors from India. A delegation led by Ram Sewak Sharma, India's IT and electronics secretary, had called on the 64-year-old self-made electronics tycoon to pitch India as a manufacturing destination.   Only in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Can Foxconn create one million jobs in India  Business Standard1 week ago
Techradar India

iPhone maker Foxconn may soon make Microsoft smartphones in India

After Xiaomi and InFocus, Taiwanese contract manufacturer, Foxconn, may soon start rolling out smartphones for Microsoft. If the deal sees light of the day, Foxconn will start manufacturing smartphones locally for Microsoft in Sri City, Andhra ...
 Techradar India1 week ago Foxconn may soon begin manufacturing phones for Microsoft in India  Business Insider India1 week ago Foxconn may soon manufacture Microsoft phones in India  Times of India1 week ago Microsoft, Foxconn may make phones in India | 3M eyes India as 1st export hub  Economic Times1 week ago
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Business Insider India

Foxconn kicks off manufacturing smartphones in its Indian plant

Taking a step towards making India a manufacturing hub, Foxconn Technology Group has started manufacturing smartphones at its new plant in Andhra Pradesh for China's Xiaomi and US phone brand InFocus. Vincent WH Tong, chairman of FIH Mobile, ...
 Business Insider India2 weeks ago Foxconn starts manufacturing  Telecom Live.in2 weeks ago Foxconn Starts Manufacturing Smartphones in India Amid Modi Push  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Foxconn may manufacture Apple iPhones in India  Medianama1 month ago
NDTV

Prime Minister Sobotka today signed a Memorandum with Foxconn - nothing stands there in the way for the billion crown investment

In the next three years, the company is planning there to invest 2.5 billion crowns for its expansion. Another 3.7 billion crowns will go to human resources, thus creating 2,000 new jobs. Prime Minister Sobotka today signed a Memorandum with ...
 Noodls3 days ago Thursday news briefing — July 23, 2015  Prague Post5 days ago Foxconn Technology : Sobotka, Foxconn sign memorandum of cooperation  4 Traders4 days ago Government continues in attracting new investments, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka met with the CEO of Foxconn Terry Gou  Noodls5 days ago
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Irish Times

China Factory Survey Dents Hopes of Early Economic Recovery

Workers take a nap during lunch break at a Foxconn factory in the township of Longhua in Shenzhen, Guangdong province in this January 21, 2015 file photo. (Reuters Photo/Tyrone Siu) [Updated at 01:59 p.m. on Friday, June 24, 2015] Beijing.
 Jakarta Globe4 days ago Asia Briefing: Apple contractor Foxconn plans for one million workers in India by 2020  Irish Times1 week ago Foxconn Will Build 12 Factories & Employ 10 Lakh in India; Huawei Finally Gets Approval For Manufacturing  Trak.in1 week ago FOXCONN TECHNOLOGY : Will Build 12 Factories & Employ 10 Lakh in India; Huawei Finally Gets Approval For Manufacturing  4 Traders1 week ago
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Foxconn dips its toes into India waters again

In the first week of April, Terry Gou, the founder of Foxconn Technology Group, had visitors from India. A delegation led by Ram Sewak Sharma, India's IT and electronics secretary, had called on the 64-year-old self-made electronics tycoon to pitch ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
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