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The Irish boss of Fujitsu says the Irish tech sector needs state support if it is to thrive, writes Linda Daly Government support is needed to help Ireland's indigenous technology firms grow and crea

30th October, 2011

The Irish boss of Fujitsu says the Irish tech sector needs state support if it is to thrive, writes Linda Daly

Government support is needed to help Ireland's indigenous technology firms grow and create jobs, according to the head of Fujitsu's Irish operations.

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Regina Moran, chief executive of Fujitsu in Ireland, said indigenous tech firms had the potential to reach multinational status, creating thousands of highly skilled roles.

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