Intel CEO to attend Biden meeting on chip supply chain



© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger poses in an undated photo

(Reuters) – Intel Corp (NASDAQ:) Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger will virtually attend a meeting being put together by President Joe Biden’s administration for April 12 to discuss the semiconductor supply chain issues disrupting U.S. automotive factories, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Reuters previously reported the meeting will include Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, and a top economic aide, Brian Deese, as well as chipmakers and automakers.

Gelsinger last month said Intel will spend $20 billion to build two new chip factories in Arizona.

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