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Intel has had a challenging couple of years, as manufacturing and design problems have impaired its rollout of new chips. Its woes have contributed to the global semiconductor shortage, and Intel has been dethroned by Samsung as the world’s leading chipmaker by revenue. CEO Pat Gelsinger is hoping that expanding its production pipeline can restore Intel’s fortunes: The company has pledged $250 billion over the next decade for capital expenditures, and over the next few years it plans to open two new fabrication plants in Arizona and another two in Ohio, investing a total of $40 billion in those projects.
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