Foxconn (Hon Hai), the Taiwan-headquartered consumer electronics manufacturer best known for assembling Apple’s iPhone and iPad at its plants in China, unveiled a dough-slicing machine in Taiyuan in northern China’s Shanxi province on Monday, marking the first time the manufacturing giant has tried its hand at anything to do with the restaurant industry.
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