Auctions for potential Samsung sites postponed

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

The Arizona State Land Department auctions that were to be held Wednesday for two sites that had been identified as potential landing spots for Samsung’s $17 billion plant were postponed to May 19 after no bidders bid on the land at either auction.

The sites, a 1,100-acre site in Goodyear and a 946-acre site in Queen Creek were both recently designated foreign trade zones and rezoned for employment uses.

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