Uusikaupunki


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Uusikaupunki

(o͞o`sēkou'po͝ongkē), Swed. Nystad, city (1996 pop. 17,631), Western Finland prov., SW Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. A local trade center and port, it has sawmills, machine shops, granite quarries, and a shipyard. It was chartered in 1616 and was the scene (1721) of the signing of the Treaty of Nystad (see Northern WarNorthern War,
1700–1721, general European conflict, fought in N and E Europe at the same time that the War of the Spanish Succession was fought in the west and the south.
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Although you may not think "Finland" and "automotive manufacturing," you should know that there is a company based in Uusikaupunki that has been building cars for a variety of manufacturers since 1969.
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British steel trader Stemcor Holdings Ltd said it had bought Finnish steel service centre SteelTeam Oy, located in the Uusikaupunki deep-sea port, in a bid to boost its presence in Scandinavia.
The Finnish soy processing firm will use the credit facility for the construction of a soy processing capacity in Uusikaupunki, which will be the biggest of its kind in Europe, the lenders said in a statement.
The country was then subsequently conquered by Denmark, Germany, Poland, Sweden, and finally Russia, whose defeat of Sweden in 1721 resulted in the Uusikaupunki Peace Treaty, granting Russia rule over what became modern Estonia.
Uusikaupunki rahulepingu pohjal (1721) kindlustati evangeelsele usule eluoigus ja puutumatus ning kirikule majanduslik ja administratvne iseseisvus.
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