Foxconn Technology Group now has more than 520 Wisconsin employees — the threshold number needed to qualify for state tax credits, a key executive says. If so, it would be a turnaround from last year, when the company fell well short of the minimum required to collect its first installment of taxpayer funding under the 2017 development agreement with the state. “The end of December we’ll have a number well beyond what we’re supposed to,” Foxconn Vice Chairman Jay Lee said in an interview during a recent company event at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center.
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