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Amazon Web Services prepares to invest $35B in Virginia

Governor Glenn Youngkin announced Jan. 20, that Amazon Web Services plans to invest $35 billion into the state of Virginia by 2040.

The funds are to be used to establish multiple data center campuses across the Commonwealth.

The locations of the campuses will be determined at a later date with multiple locations being consider.

The expansion and investment is expected to bring at least 1,000 total new jobs across the Commonwealth.

Amazon Web Services is an Amazon.com Incorporated company who is already one of the largest private sector employers in the state of Virginia.

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