CHIPS Act funding comes with conditions in the fine print
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Government funding from the CHIPS and Science Act, signed into law by President Biden last year, will come with a number of conditions for companies that receive a portion of the money. We look at some of the stipulations, such as employer-provided childcare and potential profit sharing with the government. Manufacturers spent more money on computers and other equipment, a sign that demand is growing as companies try to deal with persistent labor shortages. And, a look at a project in Georgia that's using genetically-modified trees to pull carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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Semiconductor funding will feature conditions for companies
Marketplace's Nova Safo reports.
Manufacturers spend more on computers
Marketplace's Justin Ho reports.
Genetically modified trees arrive in U.S. forests
The idea is that they'll be able to pull more carbon dioxide from the air than regular trees.
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