An influx of workers from outside Wisconsin could help provide enough workers for the Taiwanese technology company Foxconn as it weighs building a factory in southeastern Wisconsin, several business leaders and observers say.
The deal, if it happens, would draw in engineers and automation workers from around the country while encouraging ...
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