US Firm To Create 1,000 Jobs In Belfast

Up to 1,000 new jobs are to be created in Belfast by US company Concentrix.

The company, currently employing 800 people in the city, has announced an investment of £36m in a move that has been described as "excellent news for Northern Ireland".

The news follows earlier speculation that Concentrix could be about to buy the old Maysfield Leisure Centre complex.

The company has refused to comment on the speculation.


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