Cwm Silicon

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Cwm Silicon (literally Silicon Valley) is an epithet applied to a region of South Wales in the far west of Newport that attracted much interest and inward investment from the technology sector in the early 2000s.[citation needed]

The future of the area as an important technological centre is now uncertain following the closure of its key LG factory in August 2003.[citation needed] The area is next to the M4 and is a centre for high-technology companies, like much of the M4 corridor.

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Coordinates: 51°33′15″N 3°02′17″W / 51.55417°N 3.03806°W / 51.55417; -3.03806