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March 15, 1987

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS CLOSES PLYMOUTH SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT

By CBR Staff Writer

Texas Instruments is shutting down semiconductor manufacturing at its Plymouth, Devon plant at a cost of 320 jobs, and transferring the work to Portugal; 200 jobs were terminated there before Christmas, but 50 will continue on computer repair.

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