Intel is leaving Taiwan, because the Middle Kingdom is making it abundantly clear from all its sabre rattling that it wants to reunite the two countries by the 100th anniversary of the revolution.
In other news, Intel supporting ARM with its discrete GPUs is an intelligent choice, because ARM server hardware is a thing. ARM desktop is also a thing, albeit limited selection at this time. They can get ahead of AMD again by being at the spearhead of an architectural transition, that, I think we see the beginnings of in Alder Lake. On a global scale how much power could be saved by using arm instead of X86? Necessary evolution.