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Companies lined up for tax breaks in Mass.

Economic development panel to vote on credits for creation of about 1,000 jobs

More than a dozen companies are expected to receive tens of millions of dollars in state or local tax breaks in exchange for promises to create nearly 1,000 jobs, according to documents from a state economic development board obtained under the public records law.

The board, the Economic Assistance Coordinating Council, is scheduled to vote on the tax breaks Tuesday.

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