The domestic chip manufacturing industry
Building out a domestic computer chip manufacturing industry has become a priority after pandemic issues revealed supply chain glitches. But it's a messy process and requires Congress, where subsidy legislation has been stalled.
Today on All Sides we consider the benefits and the cost of a domestic chip industry for central Ohio and the nation.
- Darrel Rowland, Senior Editor, Columbus Dispatch
- Catie Edmondson, Congressional Correspondent, The New York Times
- Jeremy Neufeld, Senior Immigration Fellow, The Institute for Progress
- Jesús del Alamo, Donner Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT
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