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Facebook plans €200m data centre in Meath

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

16th May, 2015

Facebook is planning to build a €200 million data centre in Meath, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The social networking giant will announce that it’s filing for planning permission to build the huge project in Clonee in the next couple of weeks, it is understood.

The 200,000 square foot data centre will take a few years to build, if planning permission is granted, and will employ about 100 people when it is...

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