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600 Microsoft jobs dispel FDI exit fears

Tech giant to add to finance, operations, engineering and sales roles at Sandyford campus

17th February, 2017
Microsoft is adding jobs at its Sandyford HQ in Dublin. Pic:

During his presidential campaign Trump had vowed that no more US companies would leave the States if he were elected. He said he intended to change the US tax code and amend the country's 35 per cent corporation tax rate in order to achieve his aim.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD and Martin Shanahan, chief executive of the IDA will attend an official announcement this morning at...

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