A recent report claims that Samsung is planning to make a$ 17 billion chip plant in Taylor, Texas to serve the company’s contract operations. Samsung is dealing a lot of its chips to the US- grounded companies so this would make effects easier and cheaper in the long run.
Documents filed with the state reveal that Samsung’s eventual plant will give about jobs and Texas is offering the Korean tech mammoth some economic duty breaks similar as reduced property levies for the first 10 times of operation.
Speaking of which, if all goes well, the plant should protest off the product in 2024 and is part of a$ 205 billion investment fund for the coming three times.
The state hasn’t come out with a final decision but if it does, we can anticipate the advertisement enough soon.