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Huawei unveils €70 million Irish research investment

The Chinese telecoms giant, which directly employs about 250 staff across the country, said the investment would be spread between its offices in Dublin, Cork and Athlone

27th August, 2019
Huawei praises 'sound' Irish investment environment

Huawei will invest €70 million in research and development across its three Irish sites in the coming years as it continues to expand its presence in Ireland.

The Chinese telecoms giantannounced the multi-million euro investment programme on Tuesday. It said the investment would be spread over the next three years and would help grow its business in Ireland.

Speaking to reporters at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen, Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping said Ireland had...

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