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Belfast to get 85 new jobs in software development

Chris Page reports on the eighty-five new jobs created in Belfast by an Indian IT company.

A global IT company's creating eighty-five jobs by opening its main European office in Belfast.

The firm's not based in San Francisco or Tokyo, but in Mumbai.

As Chris Page reports, the Executive's trying to attract more investment from India.

BBC Newsline talks to Sunip Banerjee, Chief Executive of L & T Infotech, about why his company chose to locate its European headquarters in Belfast.

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