Intel's $28 billion Ohio factory could become world's largest chip plant

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Intel's $28 billion Ohio factory could become world's largest chip plant

Make a big impact on global semiconductor shortage.

Intel will invest up to US$100 billion (A$139 billion) to build potentially the world's largest chip-making complex in Ohio, looking to boost capacity as a global shortage of semiconductors affects everything from smartphones to cars. The move is part of CEO Pat Gelsinger's strategy to ...

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