Foxconn won't sell Sharp's solar power business
On Wednesday, Taiwan’s high tech giant Foxconn officially announced that it is not going to sell its Sharp Corporation’s solar power business, amid growing worries from the company’s business partners as for a probable closure of this particular Foxconn’s struggling division.
The newly- appointed Foxconn’s CEO at Sharp and simultaneously its vice chairman Tai Jeng-wu along with Terry Gou, the company’s founder told that they’re eager to inform their business partners that they’re solely committed to this high tech business, Sharp Corporation. The given statement was addressed to the division’s solar power business partners just to calm all of them down.
Foxconn, also dubbed formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co appears to be the world’s number one multinational contract electronics producer, officially headquartered in New Taipei, Taiwan. Foxconn is on the verge of sealing a $3.5 billion deal close to the end of June to provide a two-thirds stake in Sharp.