Indias new special economic zone (SEZ) policy has helped the US-based Intel to make up its mind on locating its $400-million assembly test manufacturing facility. The country will now host the facility where Intel chips would be manually wired for testing. Intel will make the investment by setting up its assembly test manufacturing facility in India. The international chip making giant has short listed Chennai, Noida and Bangalore for setting up the facility.
Posted On : 8/22/2005 5:32:30 PM