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Topic - Terry Gou
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Foxconn Technology Group, the world's biggest assembler of consumer electronics, began work Thursday on a Shanghai headquarters that it says will help spearhead its efforts to sell more in the China market.
Following a string of suicides at its Chinese factories, Foxconn Technology Group raised workers' wages and installed safety nets on buildings to catch would-be jumpers. Now the often secretive manufacturer of the iPhone and other electronics is holding rallies for its workers to raise morale at the heavily regimented factories.
In May, Gou promised to work harder to prevent more deaths.
Taiwanese tycoon Terry Gou said that further stalling on panel projects in China could stymie the local industry in its battle for competitive advantage over South Korea.