iPhones To Be Built In 300-Acre Karnataka Factory, “To Create 1 Lakh Jobs”
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the Union Minister, and Basavaraj Bommai, the Chief Minister, announced today that Apple phones would be produced at a new 300-acre factory in Karnataka.
One lakh people will have jobs thanks to the manufacturing facility, they claimed. On the outskirts of Bengaluru, Foxconn, the top producer of iPhones, has been given land. According to reports, the 300-acre site has one of Apple’s biggest phone-making facilities.
Today, a 17-person Foxconn management delegation that was led by chairman Young Liu visited the campus. Foxconn chairman Young Liu stated that Bengaluru was the preferred location for international businesses and has been a pioneer in attracting investment.
According to sources, the team would take a flight to New Delhi that evening to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Foxconn reported earnings of 206 billion dollars in 2021, placing it second internationally in the production of Apple phones.
Manufacturing facilities for the corporation are located in a number of nations, including China, India, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Czech Republic, and the United States.
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