Intel, Brookfield ink $30 billion financing deal for chip factory expansion

Intel, brookfield ink $30 billion financing deal for chip factory expansion

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Intel has inked an agreement with Brookfield Asset Management to invest up to $30 billion in the company’s semiconductor factory in Arizona. CNBC’s ‘Squawk on the Street’ team discuss.

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