News of week (week 34, 8.21-8.25.17)

BY ORIENTAL HEAUS.COM

To understand the world in a better, wiser way, that’s the news you won’t want to miss.

【Foxconn plans to build three production lines in the United States, its earliest start will be in next year】
As it was announced on August 21st, as part of the $10 billion investment in the establishment of the LCD plant in Wisconsin, Foxconn plans to build three production lines in this factory, and its earliest start will be in next year. it was said by Foxconn that the factory is in the southwest of Wisconsin and it covers an area of 1000 acres. Foxconn will invest $100 billion in it. The factory , which will eventually create 13,000 opportunities of jobs, plans to start operation in 2020.

【Toshiba will give priority to Western Digital to discuss the chip business case】
According to the Japanese economic news report on August 23rd, owing to the consultation with preferred bidders has been suspended, Toshiba will give priority to Western Digital to negotiate the sale of its memory chips(storage chips) business. As the reports lead to the upcoming sale agreement expectations, Toshiba’ shares closed up 4.6% in early trading to 316 yen. However, in order to make up for the loss of US nuclear business-Westinghouse Electric, Toshiba is eager to sell the flash memory sector for about $18 billion.

【Samsung Note8 starts the global pre-sale , and the price is nearly $1,000】
On August 24th , Samsung’s flagship product Galaxy Note8 opens pre-sale in the United States, Britain and other 20 countries .considering the offer of Note8 64GB version is for $929, if the price plus taxes and so on, Samsung Note8’s price is nearly 1,000 US dollars.
on the other hand, Samsung Note8’s Pre-sale in Korea will start on September 7th , but its offer has not been determined yet. As for this, someone forecasts that Note8 Korea’s price is lower than the price of other countries such as the United States.

Industry forecast, Note8 Korea’s price is lower than the price of other countries such as the United States.

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