PRAGUE, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Swiss group Mikron Holding will build a 190 million crown ($7.1 million) plant in the Czech Republic for industrial plastics components, the Czech government FDI agency said on Thursday. CzechInvest, which supports and manages foreign direct investments, said the new plant should create 100 jobs in north-western town of Chomutov in three years. Mikron sells its plastics products to tool maker Black&Decker or car parts maker Delphi .
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