Intel's new manufacturing facility could spring up in Germany, that's where

Intel's new manufacturing facility could spring up in Germany, that's where

Intel's new manufacturing facility could spring up in Germany

We have known for some time that Intel is serious about making a huge investment in Europe for the construction of new plants dedicated to the production of semiconductors. The American company has considered various countries in search of sites to carry out this ambitious project.

At the end of last year, we told you that Italy should welcome a plant dedicated to the packaging of chips with a total investment of 8 billion euros over ten years (of which a part financed thanks to public money), which could generate about 1,000 direct jobs, without also considering related activities. At the moment, the negotiations are still ongoing and no official confirmation has yet arrived, although the information on the net is now quite a lot.

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We recall that Intel is ready to invest around 80 billion euros in Europe, also to respond to the semiconductor crisis which has been going on for a couple of years now and which will almost certainly continue throughout 2022.

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