Many of the 13,000 Wisconsin jobs Foxconn Technology Group has said it will create will be outside Racine County, where the company will build its $10 billion electronics factory, a Foxconn executive said Monday.

Alan Yeung, the Taiwan-based firm’s director of U.S. strategic initiatives, didn’t say where else in Wisconsin the jobs would be located beyond potentially several hundred in downtown Milwaukee, where Foxconn will locate its regional headquarters.

Speaking to the monthly meeting of the Greater Milwaukee Committee, Yeung said most of the 13,000 Foxconn jobs in Wisconsin will be in Racine County, as specified in the company’s contract with the county and the Village of Mount Pleasant. Read the full story here.