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Google to invest euros in new data centre in Finland - STT report

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Google owner Alphabet Inc said it would invest 600 million euros ($672 million) in a new data centre in Hamina, Finland, it said, according to a report by Finnish STT news agency on Monday.

HELSINKI, May 27 (Reuters) - Google owner Alphabet Inc GOOGL.O said it would invest 600 million euros ($672 million) in a new data centre in Hamina, Finland, it said, according to a report by Finnish STT news agency on Monday.

Google already has one data centre in Hamina, Finland and its other European data centres are located in the Netherlands, Ireland and Belgium.

($1 = 0.8928 euros)

(Reporting by Anne Kauranen Editing by Edmund Blair)

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