Intel is betting on a lead role in the revitalization of U.S. and E.U. chip manufacturing, but it risks alienating a critical customer base.
By Bolaji Ojo
What’s at stake?
Intel has closely tied its future to Western governments working on holding back Chinese technology advancement and revitalizing local semiconductor production. Will this push make China see Intel as another friendly foe, potentially jeopardizing its current operation in the Communist country?
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