Italy is working with Intel to build a multibillion-euro chip plant

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According to some sources, Rome is preparing an offer for Intel to invest several billion euros in an advanced chip factory in Italy, and Germany intends to build a large factory with the help of an American chip company.

The plants are part of Intel’s efforts to build more production capacity in Europe to help prevent a shortage of semiconductor supply in the future. The global problem of chip shortages has now crippled many industries, especially the automotive industry. To that end, Rome is in talks with Intel Called Their investment is worth more than 4 billion euros ($ 4.7 billion).

According to one source, the total cost of this investment, according to Intel plans, could reach about 8 billion euros. It is also stated that Rome is ready to provide part of the overall investment with public money and to offer other favorable conditions to Intel, including labor and energy costs. They added that the plant would create more than 1,000 direct jobs in Italy.

Intel has so far declined to comment on its plans.

The Italian factory, according to these sources, is an “advanced packaging” factory that uses new technologies to assemble complete chips from plates produced by Intel and other chip companies.

While Poland is working with Intel to build its facilities, France is being cited as another competitor to Italy, which is considering building a large plant. Intel CEO Pat Glesinger said last month that the company would announce the location of two new EU chip factories by the end of the year.

The plan of these plants is being presented that the European Union intends to reduce its dependence on the semiconductor supply of the United States and China, and on the other hand, there is currently no sign of a reduction in the chip supply crisis. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said this week that the European Union must now act decisively to achieve its goal of producing 20 percent of the world’s semiconductors by 2030.

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