Intel to build €4.6B Poland chip factory in its latest EU mega-investment

Intel has announced plans to build a €4.6bn semiconductor assembly and testing facility in Poland, as the EU looks to ramp up production of the chips — critical components in everything from cars to refrigerators.  The site in Wroclaw, western Poland, will employ 2,000 people and is expected to be completed in 2027. Design and planning will begin immediately, with construction to commence pending European Commission approval.    2027 is also when Intel plans to complete its €17bn mega-fab in Magdeburg, Germany. Once operational, both facilities will support the company’s existing manufacturing hub in Ireland.  While Intel’s factories in Germany…

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