US Senate approves 250 billion investment package to close the tech gap


On Tuesday, the US Senate approved a $250 billion government investment for technological research and development.

68 members of the Senate approved the proposal, while 32 voted against. The plans still have to be approved by the House of Representatives.

Public investment in scientific research has been declining for years, as has the position of the US semiconductor industry.

Of this amount, about US $ 52 billion is earmarked for investment in semiconductor production in the US.

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