Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday called on lawmakers in his state to approve a package of tax incentives to land a manufacturing plant that is believed to be Japanese electronics company Panasonic.
Keeping the name of the company and its proposed investment secret, Stitt urged lawmakers to pass an incentives package within a week to attract the development prospect, which is believed to be Panasonic.
Japan public broadcaster NHK recently reported that Panasonic Corp is looking to purchase land in Kansas or Oklahoma to . . .
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