Sony Create New Jobs In North Wales

Thirty new jobs are to be created in Bridgend county by technology giant Sony.

The company said it is recruiting the additional staff to cope with the demand for its next generation computer.

The extra staff will be taken on at its Pencoed site and will manufacture its new budget-priced Raspberry Pi 2, which will be increasing from 18,000 units to 80,000 per week.


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