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Poland’s Foreign Investment Agency said Thursday that it will construct an industrial complex for Japanese firms in Zarow, southern Poland, in a tieup with Japanese trading giant Mitsui & Co.

The industrial complex, the first to be built in Poland for firms of a specific country, will be built on some 68 hectares of land, which will be designated as a special economic zone offering tax breaks, the agency said.

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