Calviño foresees that the aid for Perte chip will be ready before June 2023
The first vice president, Nadia Calviño, has assured, in a meeting with more than 50 companies in the semiconductor sector, that the Government will launch the first calls for the Peter Chip in the first half of 2023. The minister has brought together the Spanish industry in this sector this Friday at the mMinistry of Economic Affairs to explain how the new phase of this program will be deployed, endowed with 12,250 million euros of which 1.25 billion will be deployed next yearaccording to a statement.
The Executive will transfer 800 million euros in the form of a loan to Semys, the company created to manage the Part dependent on the Company State of Industrial Participations (SEPI), and another 450 million euros in aid to companies, companies, Autonomous Communities among other institutions. The meeting was also attended by the high commissioner of Perte Chip, Jaime Martorell; the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructures, María González Veracruz; and the Secretary General of Telecommunications, Arturo Azcorra.
In the statement, the ministry stresses that the budget allocation will allow “to implement specific actions and investments that reinforce the microchip ecosystem, made up of research and design centers, universities, large and small companies throughout the territory“. Likewise, it has also transferred that consultations and expressions of interest will be launched during the year to find out in which precise areas of action the calls should focus.
To date, Intel and Cisco have been the investors that have committed to invest in Spain as a result of the project with a laboratory and a chip design center in Barcelona. Likewise, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, recently visited South Korea where he visited the Samsung factories and negotiated with the South Korean firm. This week he also discussed this issue with Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm.
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