Absolutely Fabless: Of Chips, Cash and Supply Chains FEATURED ARTICLE Absolutely Fabless: Of Chips, Cash and Supply Chains March 30, 2021 Intel announced last week it will spend $20 billion building two new fabs in Arizona to take it into the foundry business, aiming to make chips for large, important customers like Apple, Microsoft or Qualcomm.

That’s good news, but it doesn’t solve the fundamental problem of US dependency on Asia for the manufacture of chips. Our...
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In 2019 the U.S. trade deficit with China hit its lowest point in three years. This was in due to the trade policies enacted by the U.S. government that have been championed by CPA for years. CPA understands what policies are necessary to balance out trade defecit with foreign nations and grow our manufacturing base. I am proud to be a member of this strategic and tactical coalition.

Paul Wellborn, Wellborn Cabinet