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Intel plans $20bn ‘ecosystem-wide’ chip project in Europe

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 14 July 21

The investment could take place in a variety of European markets over the next decade, involving the construction of up to eight new facilities

As the global chip shortage rages on, the European market is becoming increasingly concerned about its position on the world stage. When it comes to semiconductors, Europe has found itself somewhat in the middle of China and the US, the former with its enormous production capacity and the latter with its technical prowess, and the situation is only growing more severe.  In part driven by ongoing geopolitical tensions, both the US and China are rapidly ramping up their chip industries, seeking to become less inter…

As the global chip shortage rages on, the European market is becoming increasingly concerned about its position on the world stage. When it comes to semiconductors, Europe has found itself somewhat in the middle of China and the US, the former with its enormous production capacity and the latter with its technical prowess, and the situation is only growing more severe.  In part driven by ongoing geopolitical tensions, both the US and China are rapidly ramping up their chip industries, seeking to become less inter…

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