Amazon wins final incentive deal for HQ2 in northern Virginia

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  • Monday, 18 Mar 2019 Inc won the last approval it was seeking for an incentive plan that helped lure the largest online retailer to Northern Virginia. 

The five-member Arlington County Board on March 16 unanimously approved US$23mil (RM93.88mil) in incentives for the company to build a headquarters in the Crystal City neighbourhood, just outside Washington, D.C. – after six and a half hours of testimony, protests and discussions by more than 100 people who argued for and against the deal. 

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