Pantin (päNtăNˈ) [key], suburb NE of Paris (1990 pop. 43,553), Seine–Saint-Denis dept., N central France, on the Canal d'Ourcq. There is considerable timber trade through the canal. Pantin, an industrial town, manufactures flour, foundry products, chemicals, cigarettes, and processed foods.
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