Amagasaki


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Amagasaki

(ä`mägäsä`kē), city (1990 pop. 498,999), Hyogo prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, a port on Osaka Bay. An important industrial center, with iron and steel factories, chemical plants, and textile mills, it lies on the banks of the Yodo River. It has excellent railroads and canals. Amagasaki has a 16th-century castle.
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With the Amagasaki plant beginning production on a full-fledged basis, its annual output capacity has reached 3.
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The plant will be built next to the existing Amagasaki plant, which began operations in September 2005.
The plant will be built next to its existing Amagasaki plant, which began operations in September 2005.
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One of the largest of its kind, the Amagasaki plant is expected to begin operations in September.
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