Dell is to build a third manufacturing plant in Ireland, which will make it the largest high-tech employer in the country. The new facility will cost $90 million (#54 million) and will be completed next year. Dell promised earlier this year to increase its workforce in Ireland by 3,000 over the next five years, and the new plant will create 1,700 more jobs, bringing the total worforce to 6,000. Increased demand in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions is given as the reason for the expansion; Dell's Limerick manufacturing centre produces 25% of the company's output.
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