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4/7/15: Roughly 80% of this year's central processing units (CPU) for PCs will be made not just in Vietnam, but in a single location – Saigon Hi-Tech Park – owned by Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC). In 2014, that factory alone accounted for $1.8 billion in exports. Intel is revamping operations to focus on the high-growth sectors of mobile and wearable tech. In mobile, Intel is particularly focused on low-power, high-performance chips for tablets. The company wants to sell 40 million a year, four times what it sold in 2013.