[Reuters]–Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger attends online meeting on semiconductor supply chain issues on April 12 by the US administration of Biden. I understood from the story of the source.
The meeting will be attended by Biden’s aide to President Sullivan (National Security Adviser), Chairman of the National Economic Council of Deeds (NEC), and representatives of semiconductor and automobile manufacturers.
Intel CEO Gelsinger announced in March that it would invest $ 20 billion to build two new plants in Arizona to expand semiconductor production.
The shortage of semiconductors has affected automobile production since the end of last year.
The Biden administration has announced a policy of providing $ 50 billion in support to the domestic semiconductor sector as part of its $ 2 trillion infrastructure investment plan announced last week.