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Ireland lost to Romania 200 highly qualified IT jobs
17.12.2010, 20:43 | HR Careers Education | 570 views



Ireland lost 200 highly qualified IT jobs to Romania due to the deficit of well prepared graduates in the IT sector, Irish Independent reads in its online edition. Intel Ireland was on the short list to obtain a project but was advanced by Romania that put forward a better offer.

Last month, Intel launched in Bucharest a research and development center for software after an investment worth several million dollars. For starters, the center will conduct research and development for the open source MeeGo platform but activities will diversify.

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