Intel semi-conductor plant will require lots of resources, but could spark high-tech industry in Ohio

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – A semi-conductor production facility Intel plans to build in suburban Columbus could be described as a “factory,” but its interior would more resemble a super-clean laboratory than a gritty Rust Belt assembly line.

The Intel plant, which ultimately could be a supplier for sources throughout the Midwest, is destined for a 3,190-acre site northeast of Columbus, sources have told cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer.

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Written by Robert Higgs.

Originally published January 18, 2022.

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