Apple played key role in making ‘Ireland tech capital of Europe’

By Ciara O’Brien

Apple has played a key role in making “Ireland the tech capital of Europe”, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.

Speaking at an event in Dublin to mark the iPhone maker’s 40 years in the State, attended by Apple chief executive Tim Cook, Mr Varadkar paid tribute to the company’s contribution to the Irish economy.

“Only four years after it was founded, Apple opened a factory in Hollyhill in Cork, employing 60 people,” he said.

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