Intel’s Big Chip-Making Push in Germany Hits Bottleneck
Jimmy Vielkind ( with inputs from The Wall Street Journal ) 6 min read 26 Sep 2023, 04:25 PM IST
SummaryA worker shortage and high energy prices in the country pose challenges for the U.S. company’s planned semiconductor factory.
MAGDEBURG, Germany—Intel says it needs 3,000 people to staff the semiconductor factory it plans to build in eastern Germany by the end of the decade. This year, the local apprentice program for chip-making technicians is training two.