Samsung is seeing four destinations in three diverse US states where it could fabricate a $17 billion computer chip plant, records show.

The South Korean tech goliath is thinking about two areas in Arizona and one in New York notwithstanding a site in Austin, Texas, where it’s looking for almost $1.5 billion in tax cuts for the semiconductor office, as per archives documented with Lone Star State authorities.

Samsung said it’s in “dynamic dealings” with the other three likely has, every one of which has offered a combination of local charge reductions, awards or tax breaks to help the “profoundly serious” project.

The organization didn’t distinguish the urban areas it’s pursuing other than Austin. In any case, the media has announced that it’s looking at a major mechanical grounds in Genesee County, New York, and two destinations in the Phoenix zone.

“Every one of the three elective locales have the vital land and are fit for scaling up the necessary framework inside the essential timeframe to meet the task’s quickened plan,” Samsung said in an accommodation to the Texas express specialist’s office dated Feb. 26.

Samsung said it’s additionally exploring destinations in Korea however recommended that Austin is its favored area as a result of its 25-year history in the Texas capital, where it as of now has a chip plant.

Samsung expects the about 7 million-square-foot plant to make 1,800 positions in its initial 10 years with normal beginning compensations of $66,254, as indicated by another Feb. 26 recording.

While Austin is the obvious leader, US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has said he connected with Samsung in late January about building the plant at the 1,250-acre Genesee STAMP grounds, arranged between the significant urban communities of Buffalo and Rochester.

“This Samsung project is an energizing and a likely distinct advantage for the locale,” Schumer said at that point. “I realize firsthand that STAMP is scoop prepared — and that, joined with upstate New York’s hearty semiconductor industry, make Genesee the ideal area for Samsung’s new chip fab.”