DeWine heralds ‘transformative’ Intel investment in Ohio: Here’s what we know
Ohio officials first heard Intel Corp. was on the hunt for a site to put their next semiconductor production facility on May 3. Nine months later – on Christmas Day – Gov. Mike DeWine got word: Ohio won.
The California-based tech giant will invest $20 billion in a pair of factories in Licking County, on a nearly 1,000-acre site that New Albany is annexing from Jersey Township.
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Written by Eleanor Kennedy and Hayleigh Colombo.
Originally published January 21, 2022.
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