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Governor Walker Highlights Opportunities Foxconn Brings for Wisconsin’s Healthcare Industry

"Foxconn is a transformational opportunity for our state and top industries like manufacturing, construction, and healthcare."

By - Aug 22nd, 2017 09:21 am

MADISON – Governor Scott Walker joined healthcare stakeholders from throughout the state today for a presentation at University of Wisconsin (UW) Health University Hospital on the opportunities Foxconn presents for Wisconsin’s healthcare industry.

“Foxconn is a transformational opportunity for our state and top industries like manufacturing, construction, and healthcare,” Governor Walker said. “Today, we’re meeting with health leaders to discuss the unique opportunities Wisconn Valley brings to the healthcare industry and how these opportunities will shape Wisconsin moving forward. When we say Foxconn is a once-in-a-generation opportunity, we mean it. Without a doubt, Foxconn’s innovative technology will have a significant impact on our healthcare industry – making us a national leader for years to come.”

Foxconn has had meetings with healthcare companies throughout Wisconsin to discuss opportunities to invest in healthcare technology and expand where Foxconn products are used.

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One thought on “Governor Walker Highlights Opportunities Foxconn Brings for Wisconsin’s Healthcare Industry”

  1. Wisconsin Conservative Dgiest says:

    In my lifetime there has been three major business news stories: Allis Chalmers going bust, our biggest industry.
    Then Tony Earl chasing out the Kimberly Clark dynasty to Texas with thier anti business, worry about toilets programs, which reverberated all around the world, setting us back decades, followed up by DumbDoyle who chased out more jobs and businesses.
    Now FoxConn will remake SE Wisconsin for 100 years, the rest of my lifetime, as I plan to stick around to stick this up Bruce Murphys==== Nose for the next 100 years.

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