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Foxconn has elected a new chairman after Terry Gou stepped down to pursue his interest in politics.
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China-based Huawei's worldwide reach
The US export ban on Huawei has seen majot tech firms sever ties with the Chinese telecom equipment and handset vendor.
The escalating trade conflicts between the two superpowers are sending shockwaves across the world.
Demand for PERC solar cells is rising.
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HTC has sold part of its smartphone team to Google as it seeks to turn around its business.