French IT firm to create 63 new jobs in Belfast

A Paris-based IT services company has announced plans to create 63 jobs at a new centre in Belfast.

Steria currently employs more than 18,000 people in 16 countries, including 200 in the North.

The company had revenue of more than €1bn last year.

Stormont Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster says the decision to locate the new centre in Belfast is testimony to the company's confidence in the North.

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