Earlier reports had the Chinese company's top executives visiting the White House and reportedly considering an investment of more than $7B in a display-making plant.
"We are planning a number of investments in America,” Chairman Tery Gou said after the visit. "This project will include both capital-intensive and skilled labor-intensive and high-tech investment."
But he didn't comment on the display plant reports, and when asked whether he'd met with Trump at the White House, said "My memory is not good. Maybe I already forget."
Foxconn (a k a Hon Hai Precision Industry) is a major builder of iPhones for Apple.