The largest electronics manufacturer in the world says it is choosing between the U-S and Mexico for a location where electric cars would be built. Foxconn Technology Group Chairman Young Liu made the announcement Tuesday. The company is building a facility in southeastern Wisconsin. It reached an agreement with former Governor Scott Walker on a huge development four years ago that would employ 13-thousand people and earn more than three-billion dollars in tax abatements. Plans for the plant near Mount Pleasant have been scaled back since the original announcement. Foxconn says the decision about where to make the cars will be final by this summer – adding it will be made based on business, not politics.