- Posts by Todd F. PalmerVice Chair, Labor and Employment
Semiconductor chip manufacturer Intel Corporation has announced plans for a massive expansion into Ohio, intending to make an initial investment of more than $20 billion in the construction of two new leading-edge chip factories near Columbus. This investment (and recent federal legislation such as the CHIPS and Science Act, which provides over $50 billion in federal incentive funding and tax credits to help the American semiconductor industry reshore manufacturing and invest in the next generation of technology) represents an exceptional opportunity for Ohio residents and companies, though there may be some unique challenges tech companies could face when starting or growing operations in the Buckeye State.
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