Intel to build $200-million facility in China

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Intel to build $200-million facility in China

In a boost to China’s economy, semiconductor giant Intel Corp. will begin construction next year on a $200-million (U.S.) chip testing-and-assembly facility in the western Sichuan province. “The Chengdu plant, which is expected at first to employ 675 people, is expected to begin construction in the first half of 2004 and become operational in 2005.”

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