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Huawei opens new Dublin R&D centre with the creation of 50 jobs

Employment at the Chinese telecommunications equipment company in Ireland will rise to 120

18th November, 2015

Chinese telecommunications equipment company Huawei has opened a new research and development (R&D) office in Dublin's docklands, where it plans to create more than 50 new jobs by 2016.

This would bring to 120 the number employed in R&D in Ireland by Huawei, which has other locations in Dublin, Cork and Athlone, IDA Ireland said.

The new office will be Huawei's lead R&D office and will work on expanding research into business innovation, network...

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