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Intel Israel’s exports only rose slightly in 2021

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Intel Israel these days released knowledge summarizing its functions in 2021, as portion of the company’s company accountability report. Intel Israel’s exports rose to $8.1 billion last calendar year, slightly previously mentioned $8 billion in 2020. The Kiryat Gat plant was liable for 70% of Intel’s exports when the progress facilities were responsible for the other 30%.

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Though $8.1 billion is a new document, it only represented a rise of just in excess of 1%, whilst Intel’s exports from Israel rose 21% in 2020 and 70% in 2019. Intel characteristics the tiny rise in exports to the point that the new plant in Kiryat Gat (Fab 28) is now running at total capability and there are no alternatives for expanding creation. Intel is constructing a new plant in the metropolis (Fab 38) at a price tag of $10 billion.

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Intel’s exports represented 11% of Israel’s all round exports in 2021 when compared with 14% of the country’s all round exports in 2020. This fall reflects the document 12 months that Israel’s tech exports enjoyed, so that Israel’s dependence on Intel as the country’s major employer was slightly reduced.

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Intel’s workforce did not drastically rise last year. The enterprise has 14,000 staff members in Israel like 2,000 at Mobileye. Even so, when the completion of the acquisition of Tower Semiconductor is completed, Intel Israel will have a further 1,000 workforce. Intel also acquired two Israeli startups previous calendar year – Granulate for $650 million and Screenovate for $100 million.

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In accordance to Intel, the organization procured merchandise for $2.2 billion in Israel in 2021 as element of its reciprocal procurement commitments, up 25% from its procurements in 2020. The rationale for the increase was development do the job on the new Kiryat Gat fab.

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Released by Globes, Israel organization news – en.globes.co.il – on July 6, 2022.

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© Copyright of Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd., 2022.

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