Donald Trump has repeatedly called for Apple to manufacture its gadgets in the United States, which has led to speculation that the subcontractor Foxconn will build factories in the country.
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou turn is doubtful if there are any new plants in the United States.
– Offers US incentives for foreign investors? They need to change the law first, and we have to wait for the US government decides, says Gou according to Business Insider.
Gou also question whether there is enough skilled labor in the United States. After all, it's one of the reasons why Apple chose to outsource production to China.