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Chip Shortage Woes Lead to Massive Reshoring Efforts

Intel makes a big bet on American manufacturing

$20 billion: That’s how much Intel is spending on two new semiconductor chip fabrication plants in the US. The fabs, both currently under construction just outside of Phoenix, AR, are expected to be fully operational by 2024.




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