DULUTH, Ga. —
State officials have announced that a Chinese information technology company is planning to open a research and development center in metro Atlanta.
Gov. Nathan Deal was in Qingdao, China Tuesday when he announced that TravelSky Technology Limited is planning to invest $10 million to open a facility in Duluth by the end of 2013 and create 50 new jobs.
Officials say the company is based in Beijing and provides information technology support to China's air travel and tourism industries.
Officials say the company provides help with airport passenger processing, air cargo data processing and more.
Deal is in China this week on a networking trip aimed at boosting Georgia's profile in the trade and tourism arenas.
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