TikTok to create 1,000 jobs in Ireland – from China

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(ANSA-XINHUA) – Dublin, 11 June – TikTok will create an additional 1,000 new jobs in Ireland, bringing the country’s workforce to 3,000. Irish authorities said yesterday.

The new jobs were announced during a meeting between Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin and Tik Tok Chief Executive Zhou Si Chew.

“Tik Tok’s latest expansion further strengthens Ireland’s role as a major European and global hub of activity and is a clear testament to its commitment to this country,” said Martin.

According to Martin Shanahan, CEO of Aida Ireland, TikTok has established a number of critical operations in Ireland.

TikTok is a popular social media platform for video sharing owned by Beijing-based Chinese internet technology company ByteDance. (ANSA-XINHUA).


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