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|Day's range||2.5100 - 2.5100|
|52-week range||2.3082 - 2.5100|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.72|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.14 (5.66%)|
|Ex-dividend date||23 Jul 2020|
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Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group <2354.TW> said its commitment to Wisconsin has not wavered and it will continue to work with U.S. President Donald Trump and the local government to create new jobs and attract investment to the state. Wisconsin said last week that Foxconn's planned factory in Mount Pleasant did not create enough jobs in 2019 to earn its owner Foxconn tax credits, the second year it has missed its targets. "Foxconn re-asserts it will continue to work with President Trump and state and local government officials to create more jobs and to attract new investment to Wisconsin," said Foxconn founder Terry Gou in an e-mailed statement on Tuesday.
Foxconn <2354.TW> aims to provide components or services to 10% of the world's electric vehicles (EVs) by between 2025 and 2027, and has been in talks with multiple car manufacturers for future cooperation, Chairman Liu Young-way said on Friday. The Taiwanese contract manufacturer, formally called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd and a major supplier to Apple Inc <AAPL.O>, is looking at growth from sectors such as EVs, digital health and robots in a drive to diversify its global investments. "We want to push Taiwan's EV industry to the world," Liu said in Taipei.
(Bloomberg) -- Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. unveiled plans to expand its nascent automobiles business as the Taiwanese electronics giant seeks to offset slowing growth in its core consumer electronics assembly business.On Friday, it announced its first electric vehicle chassis as well as a software platform that is aimed at helping EV makers deliver models to the market faster. The company also outlined plans to release a solid-state battery by 2024 that could potentially displace the more commonly used lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles.Chairman Young Liu, who took over from founder Terry Gou in July 2019, has turned to the emerging automotive, robotics and medical applications sectors to boost profitability amid plateauing growth in smartphone units in recent years. Apple Inc. still accounts for about 50% of overall sales of Hon Hai, also known as Foxconn Technology Group, but the company is seeking to diversify from its role as the assembler of consumer electronic goods like Macbooks and Sony Playstations.The company is targeting a 10% share of the EV market by as early as 2025, with around 3 million vehicles using its platform, Liu told reporters on Friday.Hon Hai said earlier this year it will create a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to develop and make electric vehicles in China. It is also forging a partnership with Hua-Chuang Automobile Information Technical Center, a unit of the Yulon group, to design electric cars. The Taiwanese company currently supplies some components to Tesla Inc.The company’s self-driving technology is already being used in some airport shuttles in Japan, executives said Friday.In 2019, Hon Hai generated close to NT$9.5 billion ($330 million) in sales from automotive components. The company is hoping automotive and other new business can help boost its gross margin to 10% by 2025.Read more: Race for Next-Generation Battery Supremacy Has an Early LeaderFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.