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Maxim’s Business Services Centre in Dublin

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LONDON: Maxim Integrated Products has announced that it will set up an International Business Services Centre in Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland.

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To begin with, there will be 50 employees at the International Business Services Centre in Dublin, which will be increased to over 100 personnel by 2012, Maxim Integrated Products said as per report in EETimes.

Initially, the Dublin center will have financial analysts, accountants, information technology (IT) technicians, supply-chain specialists, as well multi-lingual customer-service personnel.

The company said its development project is being supported by the government of Ireland through the Industrial Development Agency (IDA) Ireland.

Maxim Integrated Products explained in the statement that the international business, financial and technical customer services center to be set up in Dublin will serve the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, as well as parts of Asia.

Tunc Doluca, president and CEO of Maxim Integrated Products, said in the statement that the company is investing in Ireland because Ireland has “a talented and technically qualified workforce” and that the country has “demonstrated a strong commitment to promoting R&D.”

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