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Six IDA firms to create 185 jobs in Ireland

15th June, 2015

A total of 185 new jobs are being created in Dublin and Wexford by six IDA companies in sectors ranging from technology to business analytics and medical devices, Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said.

Among the companies creating the jobs is US technology firm, NuoDB, which plans to create 50 jobs in Dublin and a further 20 in Belfast.

French financial technology firm Megatransfert will create a further 20 jobs in Dublin while US software firm Artisan Infrastructure will...

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