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Stryker Requests Tax Break for Michigan Plant Expansion Featured

Written by  Heather Linder | Tuesday, 22 January 2013 11:35
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Device manufacturer Stryker has asked Portage, Mich., for a tax reduction on its $5.6 million research and development plant expansion, according to Michigan Live.
If granted, the tax break would be for nine years — six years on real property and three years on personal property.

The plant expansion is expected to add 18 new jobs to the already 662 employed. The Portage city council will host a public hearing on the request in February.

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