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Denkai deal with county intact as company chooses Georgia for $150M expansion, headquarters
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Denkai America’s plant in Camden (C-I file photo)
Denkai America’s $14 million expansion in Kershaw County will continue and its associated fee in lieu of taxes (FILOT) agreement with Kershaw County is still in place despite the Japanese company’s announcement that it chose Augusta, Ga., as the site for a planned $150 million expansion and placement of its North American headquarters over Camden and other communities. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp made the announcement in a press release issued July 20, which was followed by media reports on Thursday indicating that Camden had been one of the proposed sites for the large expansion and headquarters.