Foxconn Doesn't Meet Wisconsin Jobs Benchmark For 2018
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Foxconn Technology Group didn’t create enough Wisconsin jobs in 2018 to immediately claim state tax credits.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the company finished 2018 with 178 full-time employees, 82 short of the minimum required to claim job-creation tax credits.

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