* State tax incentives totaling $74 mln over 12 years * 1,200 initial jobs, hiring to start later in 2009 * Michigan governor: high paying jobs at facility By David Bailey and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, June 26 (Reuters) - General Electric Co plans to open a research center in the economically ailing U.S. state of Michigan, where it will develop new manufacturing technologies. The $100 million site will eventually employ more than 1,100 people and will be part of GE's network of Global ...
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