希尼爾翻譯公司（www.eacrwc.tw）2016年2月14日了解到：Guo Tai-ming, also known as
Terry Gou, founder and chairman of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co,
trading as Foxconn Technology Group, said Sunday that he is confident
about winning a bid for Japanese electronics maker Sharp Corp, according
to media reports.
Guo said at an event in Taipei Sunday that Sharp will make a
decision on Foxconn’s offer soon, according to domestic news portal
The company has raised its bid for Sharp to $5.45 billion, the
Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
The company doesn’t intend to buy out the Japanese electronics
maker’s shareholders but will instead inject 389 billion yen ($3.21
billion) into Sharp in exchange for new shares, according to media
Foxconn has pursued automation to cut labor costs and improve its
manufacturing process in recent years, Chia-Peng Day, general manager of
the company’s automation technology development committee, told the
Global Times in July 2015.
The company is using automation machinery to free workers from
simple but repetitive work, according to Day.
The Taiwan-based electronics giant has been developing industrial
robots as it targets 30 percent automation at its factories in the
Chinese mainland by 2020, the South China Morning Post reported in July