The Foxconn Technology Group (t=å¯å£«åº·ç§æéå|s=å¯å£«åº·ç§æéå¢|first=t) is a multinational business group anchored by the Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (links=no|t=é´»æµ·ç²¾å¯å·¥æ¥è¡ä»½æéå
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Due to its dominance in this specialized outsourcing sector, it is popular with European, Japanese and American companies wishing to reduce labor costs without sacrificing quality. Better known products Foxconn manufactures include the iPhone and the iPad. It is the largest exporter in Greater China and the second largest exporter in the Czech Republic.
Foxconn has been involved in several controversies - most relating to how it manages employees in China, where it is the largest private employer.