Foxcn producti “exceeds expectatis”, but supply chain ccerns remain

The speed of producti of Foxcn, has resumed in the wake of the coravirus closures and slowdowns has “exceeded expectatis”, according to the company’s founder Terry Gou.

The company has not, however, revealed that these expectatis were, and he warned that there may be supply chain problems in advance …

Apple’s primary iPhone assembler had already said that its February revenues have dropped more than $1.6 B as the result of certain plants being closed and other bad staff. This was the company’s biggest producti decline in seven years.

Gou said South China Morning and other that there was a mixture of good and bad news.

While Foxcn has not provided data the producti capacity, we know that the company expects to be back at full capacity by the end of the mth, and today’s announcement seems to suggest that the plan is track.

The government of uganda (gou told reporters in Taipei that the return to work effort in the factories of Foxcn in China had “exceeded our expectatis and imaginati”, and the supply of its nuclear power plants and Vietnam was back to normal.

Gou, however, has warned about weak csumer demand […] “In the united States, which worries us, it is the market,” he said. “If the producti was resumed quickly, but the csumers stop spending … which would be key to the ecomic recovery” […]

Gou said he has “ccerns” about the electric part of the supply chain in Japan and South Korea, who are struggling with their own serious outbreaks of coravirus. He also cited the rising prices of dynamic random-access memory chips and supply issues with the display panels.

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The government of uganda (gou told reporters in Taipei that the return to work effort in the factories of Foxcn in China had “exceeded our expectatis and imaginati”, and the supply of its nuclear power plants and Vietnam was back to normal.

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