AMD's Secret Weapon: Dresden's Skills

The U.S. chipmaker has enjoyed big success since moving to Germany, where highly skilled workers keep innovation and efficiency high

For the past decade, Germans have watched in dismay as swaths of their vaunted industrial might migrated to lower-cost regions such as Central Europe or Asia. So it's all the more surprising that one U.S. high-tech company has concentrated almost all its manufacturing in Germany—home of intransigent unions, coddled workers, and high wages.

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