Intel Invests $475 Million More in Vietnam Plant

27 January 2021

    Intel has shared on Wednesday that it has invested an additional $475 million in its plant in Vietnam, bringing its total investments in the country to around $1.5 billion.


    In fact, many tech leaders have by now made Vietnam a crucial part of their supply chain in an attempt to diversify production and minimize the impact of the US-China conflict.


    In the case of Intel, this particular $475 million financing is going towards improving technologies and increasing production of its 5G products and core processors.

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