Intel in "intense negotiations" with Israel over new plants - report

Intel has entered discussions with the Israeli government about a possible €8 billion investment in new plants in the country, according to a report from Reuters.

2nd July, 2013
Intel has already received planning permission for a €3.3 billion investment at its Kildare facility.

Intel has entered discussions with the Israeli government about a possible €8 billion investment in new plants in the country, according to a [report](http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/07/02/intel-israel-idINDEE96106820130702) from Reuters.

The report cites the director of the Israeli Economy Ministry's Investment Centre, who said that the Israeli government is currently in “intense negotiations” over a “huge investment” by the chip manufacturer.

Ireland is currently competing with Israel for the...

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