Monday, 17 January 2022 14:37

Intel Answering Call for More American-Made Semiconductors

Written by Joseph Szczesny, The Detroit Bureau

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The shortage of semiconductors continues to limit production of new vehicles across North America and other parts of the globe. 

However, news reports across the State of Ohio suggest one of the world’s major chip makers, Intel Corp., is preparing to announce plans for a new chip fabrication plant near Columbus, OH, in the middle of the so-called U.S. “Rust Belt.”
The location just outside of Columbus would put the new plant within easy reach of vehicle assembly plants in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky down into Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. 


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