United States Tax Policy

Intel public policy: How Intel promotes innovation worldwide

Intel is a world leader in designing and manufacturing essential technologies that power the cloud and an increasingly smart and connected world. As a high-tech manufacturer, Intel operates globally, yet most of its advanced manufacturing and research and development (R&D) is done in the United States (U.S.). Intel is one of the largest investors in R&D among U.S. publicly traded companies and invests heavily in the U.S. economy with capital and jobs. Intel supports a stable tax system that encourages U.S. innovation and manufacturing. Moreover, as a multi-national corporation operating on a global stage, Intel encourages a U.S. tax policy that provides a competitive global tax system for U.S. headquartered companies.

Domestic Manufacturing Investment Is Foundation of Economic and National Security

"Today I had the honor of testifying before the Senate Finance Committee’s hearing on 'Made in America: Effect of the U.S. Tax Code on Domestic Manufacturing,' where I shared Intel’s perspective on the urgent need for federal investment in the domestic semiconductor manufacturing industry. For more than 50 years, Intel has fueled job growth and the development of new technologies that have had significant economic benefits, from 5G to artificial intelligence, and we are the only company that has built leading edge fabs in the U.S. over the past five years."

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Ideas and perspectives promoting a thriving innovation economy from Intel’s public policy team.