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Advanced manufacturing has a bright future in the United States if there is investment in research and workforce development, speakers said at a symposium Friday. “I believe, and I’m sure most you will agree with me, that advanced manufacturing will be the wave of the future,” said Ajit Manocha, CEO of GlobalFoundries, the semiconductor giant that is opening a $6.9 billion computer chip fabrication plant here. The arrival of Fab 8 — the biggest private ...


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