RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Incentives alert! Incentives alert! Incentives haters, get ready to file your next lawsuit about industrial recruiting.

However, be prepared to fight overseas.

Yes, incentives haters, even countries play the tax incentives game to land new industry.

This time, the culprit is not North Carolina or another state seeking to grow its economy.

Rather, Poland has rolled out a bundle of gifts to convince Lenovo to build a new manufacturing plant in that country.

Earlier this week the Polish government and Lenovo signed an agreement for what a Polish Web site labeled as “long-term state-aid” to the PC manufacturer. However, details were not disclosed.

“I checked with the Europe team. There are no further details on this,” Ray Gorman, executive director of external communications for Lenovo, told The Skinny.

Lenovo announced plans last September to build the $20 million facility in a “special economic zone” in Poland. The plant will produce PCs and provide services for Lenovo’s efforts to grow its market share in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The plant will produce as many as 5 million computers a year once it is operational.

The facility is part of Lenovo’s expansion efforts, which also includes a new distribution center in the Triad and a third building at its headquarters campus in Morrisville.

Lenovo has said it will not meet job growth goals that were part of the state, county and local government incentives package for its Morrisville headquarters. However, it didn’t say no in Poland.

How do you say law suit in Polish?