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Intel is going to invest further in the near future, with the current export value to reach US$3.6 billion. More investment is planned in Ho Chi Minh City, thereby increasing the overall export value, with a specific focus placed on developing middle and high levels of leadership, according to VOV.
Intel is the first high-tech company that has injected a figure of over US$1 billion into the southern city, with this investment seen as a huge success. Intel has even outlined greater visions ahead in the near future.
“The Company's operations in the second half of 2020 remain stable, production volume increases by 30%, contributing to 3/4 of our total production volume. This is an impossible number. Intel cannot do this without the support of Vietnam."
Intel has also invested USD 25 million in 8 universities in Ho Chi Minh City. Intel has built the Vietnamese factory into the largest Intel assembly and testing plant in the world, reported by Investment News.
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Intel has selected Ho Chi Minh City and the nation as the place to invest into. Indeed, the story of the novel coronavirus pandemic serves as a typical example, with the swift actions taken by the country along with strong countermeasures aimed at containing the spread of the disease seen as a success in the eyes of the world.
In 2006, Intel announced a USD 300 million investment project to build new facilities, including a chip assembly and testing plant in the Saigon Hi-Tech Park. In November 2006, Intel Products Vietnam officially announced to increase the factory size from 14,000 m2 to 46,000 m2, and increase the total investment to $ 1 billion. The factory officially started operations in June 2010.
Intel's operation during the second half of the year remain stable, with production volume witnessing a surge of 30%, contributing to approximately 75% of total production volume. Indeed, this figure could not be achieved without the support of Vietnam.
Intel has produced 2 billion products in March of this year. This means that every second, it is able to produce 25 units of items, including semiconductor chips, computer processing chips, and other devices.
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