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Atari said it will build a plant in Nevada.

April 12, 1985

Atari also may leave California entirely. The Sunnyvale-based high-tech firm expects to employ 200 at the facility in Nevada, Atari spokesman James Copland said. A Nevada official said it will be a state-of-the-art robotics plant, and construction should begin in a year in the Reno, Carson City or Lake Tahoe areas. Nevada's incentives are "in the form of low taxes--the lack of a unitary tax, no corporate taxes, no personal income taxes--as well as the availability of low-cost land and a relaxed Western life style," the official said.

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