Foxconn chairman accuses rivals of ‘poaching’ in Vietnam

Foxconn is facing an even tougher battle for talent in Vietnam as Apple’s key foundry partners continue to shift some production capacity from China to Southeast Asia. Foxconn and other companies are expanding or launching new operations in Vietnam, however, Foxconn seems to be falling victim to the process… In an interview with the media on Saturday, Foxconn Chairman Liu Yangwei spoke about the competition for talent in Vietnam. He said that Foxconn’s competitors are opening factories near the Foxconn campus in Vietnam to poach the company’s employees and benefit from the existing knowledge and skill pool… Liu Yangwei declined to name the companies, but insisted that “such Behaviour should not be condoned.”
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