Terry Tai-Ming Gou, sometimes written as Terry Guo, (traditional Chinese: 郭台銘; pinyin: Guō Táimíng) (born October 8, 1950) is a Taiwanese tycoon who leads Hon Hai Precision, a company that manufactures electronics on contract for other companies.
[citation][nom]7amood[/nom]just more reasons to boycott the suspicious company...[/citation]
Hon Hai Precision Mtd. is actually one of the largest corporations in the world. Their revenue alone is almost on the scale of Dell, and employ more than FMC does. They are practically numero uno of electronic OEM, and the second is not even one third of their scale. It's good to know that finally there is a Taiwan-based company became so big that it becomes loathful.
[citation][nom]grieve[/nom]Well... He is not a USA resident nor a US citizen... [/citation]
Almost all prominent Taiwanese business people have green card, or are citizens of the US. They employ certain number of US citizens in CONTUS, so why not get a investment immigration status? Some already fled to the US after being prosecuted for corruption in Taiwan.
Yup, Foxconn makes plenty of AMD motherboards also. Sapphire is PC Partner (a large Hong Kong conglomerate). MSI is well, MSI. They may not be made by Foxconn, but I can bet that they use Foxconn components (such as I/O connectors). Hong Kong, Taiwan and China are just one big happy (though sometimes dysfunctional) family (sort of like HP, Apple and Dell all using the same laptop manufacturers and components)...