State antes up $300 million for semiconductor expansion


(Will be updated)

Kansas landed what's billed as the state's second biggest economic development project, a semiconductor manufacturer that plans to make a $1 billion capital investment that will create 2,000 new jobs in the Wichita area.

Gov. Laura Kelly announced late Thursday that the state has reached a deal with semiconductor manufacturer Integra Technologies for a 1 million-square-foot expansion with the aid of $304 million in tax incentives.

"This advanced manufacturing facility is part of a national push to restore our semiconductor industry so that U.S. workers and businesses can compete and win . . .


This content is restricted to subscribers. Click here to subscribe. Already a subscriber? Click here to login.