Intel’s US Economic Impact, 2008-2012
Intel Corporation engaged PwC to assess its economic impacts on the US economy. This report provides PwC’s economic impact estimates for Intel in terms of employment, labor income, and gross domestic product (or GDP) for 2008 - 2012. These impacts are further highlighted through a series of case studies on important contributions Intel makes to the US n...ational and local economies.
Intel, the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, has a widespread economic impact throughout all sectors of the US economy through its operations and investments. Intel not only provides a large number of jobs to US workers, but also invests heavily in the United States: since 2009, the company has announced plans to build two new factories in Oregon and Arizona and upgrade its existing manufacturing facilities in those two states and in New Mexico with next-generation technology. Intel is currently ranked first in R&D among US public companies and it is the fifth largest capital investor in the United States. In addition, Intel’s products and services directly boost economy-wide productivity.
Read the full Intel’s US Economic Impact, 2008-2012 Report.