Monday, July 20, 2009
Intel's advanced processors production goes out of EU into Israel !
Staff at the Leixlip plant have been told at briefings that demand for new products is not materialising 'as quickly as expected'. Obviously they are a bit worried that the briefings indicate that Intel might want to reduce activity at the plant and fire its staff.
"Recessionary periods tend to be the periods when companies look hard at investments," Chandrasekher said.
BAD HARDWARE, let than EU to fire in domestic AMD advanced products !
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