The alternative to the electric battery gigafactory could come from the high-tech microchips that the American multinational Intel wants to create in Europe with an investment of 20 billion. The CEO Pat Gelsinger explained it to the European Commissioner Thierry Breton and then in person to some European leaders, including Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Intel seeks land, skills, highly skilled workers and infrastructure.
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