The United States unveiled Monday a list of 31 tech hubs that it will create as part of the vast investment scheme that President Joe Biden hopes will help him win reelection.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said these centers will create jobs and boost both national security and the economy.
These investments, she said, "further underpin our ability to compete, and frankly, outcompete the rest of the world."
The hubs were chosen from among 400 candidates and will now compete for grants of as much as $75 million.
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