Intel plans to invest up to $4.6B to set up a semiconductor assembly and test facility near Wrocław, Poland, to help the EU work toward its goal of a more resilient semiconductor supply chain.
The move is part of the EU plan to lessen its dependence on chips made in Asia and the United States. EU ministers are to meet on December 1 to effectively rubber stamp the chip plan. However, the plan will still need to be debated with the European Parliament before it can become law.
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