(Integra president and CEO Brett Robinson joins Gov. Laura Kelly)
Just as Kansas beat Oklahoma last year in the competition to land a $4 billion Panasonic electric vehicle battery plant, Kansas just made another megadeal with a computer chip manufacturing firm.
This time, the state approved $304 million in tax incentives over 10 years to Wichita-based Integra Technologies in exchange for a $1.8 billion investment in the company reported the Kansas Reflector.
With the deal, Integra will add 1,994 jobs and build a million-square-foot plant in Wichita.
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