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Intel's new chipmaking strategy: 5 things to know

US tech titan takes aim at TSMC and Samsung with push into foundry business

Intel is spending $20 billion to build additional chipmaking facilities in Arizona.    © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Intel has led the semiconductor industry for over 50 years. Now the U.S. company is pursuing a new strategy under a new CEO as it seeks to fend of Asian and domestic rivals.

What is Intel's new strategy?

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