American firm to set up European HQ in Limerick, creating 40 jobs

American firm to set up European HQ in Limerick, creating 40 jobs

More than 40 jobs are due to be announced for Limerick this morning.

The positions will be advertised by an American company which plans to set up its European HQ in Limerick.

Government Ministers - Richard Bruton, Michael Noonan and Jan O'Sullivan - will be revealing the details of the new jobs this morning.

The Ministers will also be participating in a company announcement at Three mobile's offices in Limerick's National Technology Park.

American firm to set up European HQ in Limerick, creating 40 jobs


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