Bavaria hopes to find a chip factory from industrial giant Intel. “The area of Bunsing-Lands ലberg, and the region as a whole, will be suitable for the project,” said Finance Minister Hubert Ewinger (Independent Voters) in Augsburg Olgmein (Saturday).
He was able to convince himself of this at an on-site meeting this week, and the Pensing City Council and Landsburg City Council are happy to support this request. “We are in close contact with the company and will work for this area and the project,” Ewinger said. “The possibility of setting up a large international semiconductor plant in Bavaria is a great opportunity for Bavaria as a commercial space.”
The value of the investment plan is 15 15 billion. US Intel already operates a chip plant in Ireland and plans another location in Europe, but has billions in funding. The former air base between Pensberg and Landsburg am Lake is one of the many possible locations. The decision is expected in the second half of this year.
Today, most electronic chips are made in Asia. There are currently barriers to chip distribution in almost all industries. In Germany, due to disruptions, car factories operate for short periods of time, including production sites for Audi and BMW cars.
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