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Limerick jitters as Dell opens Polish plant

Dell has insisted that its new factory complements the Limerick operations by serving customers in the expanding eastern European markets.

1st December, 2007

Dell has insisted that its new factory complements the Limerick operations by serving customers in the expanding eastern European markets.

From the pubs of Limerick to the boardrooms of Irish business, the future of the Dell manufacturing plant in Limerick has long been a topic of conversation.

The plant at Raheen was set up in 1990 and has expanded to employ about 3,000 people, making it one of the biggest individual factories in the country....

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