Intel to invest $20bn into new chip manufacturing site in Ohio

Investment will ‘help boost production to meet the surging demand for advanced semiconductors’, chip maker says

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Intel to invest $20bn into new chip manufacturing site in Ohio

Intel is to spend $20bn on a brand-new chip manufacturing site in Ohio comprising of two factories to begin with, the company has announced. The 1,000 acre site in Licking County, just outside o...

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