Mass. center awards $25M in tax incentives to 33 biotech firms

02/20/2014 | American City Business Journals

A group of 33 biotech companies, including those focused on medical devices and diagnostics, will receive tax incentives this year worth a total of $25 million from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center. The tax breaks are meant to encourage biotech companies to generate jobs in the state.

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