Google to invest €600 million in Finnish data centre

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Google to invest €600 million in Finnish data centre

Following €800 million paper mill conversion.

Google said on Monday it planned to invest about 600 million euros (AU$971 million) in a new data centre in Hamina, Finland. Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc., already has a data centre in Hamina, where it invested €800 million to convert an old paper mill. Paper firm Stora Enso sold ...

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