Intel Irish base not confirmed as chip plant

Intel's Irish base has not yet been selected as the location for a major new chip fabrication plant, even though a planning application has been lodged.

9th June, 2012

Intel's Irish base has not yet been selected as the location for a major new chip fabrication plant, even though a planning application has been lodged for an extensive new plant on the company's Leixlip site.

The company's application for planning permission for a new 162,000 square metre plant in Leixlip prompted widespread speculation that it had been selected as one of four new sites that would manufacture a new generation of computer chips. However,...

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