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Unions near deal on chip plant

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Computer chip marker GlobalFoundries and state construction labor unions are on the verge of an agreement that should allow work on the new $4.2 billion chip factory to start within weeks — with organized labor’s blessing. “We’re very close to a final labor agreement, but it is not complete yet,” GlobalFoundries spokesman Travis Bullard said Tuesday. Once work starts, the computer chip plant is projected to create about 1,500 construction jobs and two to three ...

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