Xerox is to invest $270 million (#165.6 million) to open two new sites in Ireland. A production plant will be set up in Dundalk, generating 800 jobs initially, and approximately 450 jobs will be created in Dublin, where the company will establish a Customer Welcome Centre. Xerox plans to create some 2,200 jobs in total over the five-year investment, and expects both plants to be operational by the end of next year.
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