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“Made in America” is on (government) life support, and the prognosis isn’t good

TechCrunch Monday, 3 August 2020
Intel and Boeing, two of the pillars of American industry. Intel makes some of the most impressive chips in the world and has for decades, driving high-performance computing to its limits while supporting a company with a market cap today of $200 billion and supporting more than 110,000 employees. Meanwhile, Boeing remains a global leader […]
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