Electronics Production | March 02, 2009

Intel to invest in Ireland

Intel is to invest around €50 million in its Irish oprations. The company is to add a further 134 staff at its R&D facility in Shannon, Ireland.
The job additions are scheduled over the next 4 years and will increase staff numbers in the Shannon facility to 300. This comes as interesting news for Ireland, as the company has recently announced the layoff of 5000-6000 worldwide staff. The latter also include the layoff of 200-300 staff at its operations in Leixlip, Ireland (evertiq reported).

Source: The Register


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