Foxconn says in rare interview that it remains committed to massive Wisconsin factory

What Apple's largest manufacturer Foxconn does, and what it's really up to...

Foxconn, the world's largest contract manufacturer of electronics and the biggest assembler of Apple products, is building a massive factory in a village in rural Wisconsin.

The state offered Foxconn close to $4 billion in subsidies to bring the project to Wisconsin. In return, Foxconn promised 13,000 jobs and a $10 billion investment in the state.

In the last two years, however, plans have changed many times and locals have been forced to move to make way for the 3,000-acre project.

CNBC got a rare chance to sit down with Foxconn and the Wisconsin official who helped broker the deal to ask: What's really going on with the project? Watch the video to learn more about Foxconn's contentious effort to build one of the world's largest factories — in the U.S.