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Intel to Invest US$4.6bn in a Semiconductor Facility in Poland

Intel has selected a site near Wrocław, Poland, for a new US$4.6bn semiconductor assembly and test facility. The plant will help meet the anticipated demand for assembly and test capacity by 2027. The investment, combined with Intel's existing facilities in Ireland and Germany, aims to establish a robust semiconductor manufacturing value chain in Europe. The move aligns with the European Union's goal of building a resilient and sustainable semiconductor supply chain. We also expect to see a boost in helium demand/consumption as it is an essential raw material for the semis industry. Poland produces helium domestically, which may be another driver for the plant location.

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