BT further expands in Debrecen, Budapest

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Presently employing 250 people in the country, BT (formerly British Telecom) is increasing its Hungarian staff to 550-600 by the end of 2008, said Danny Garvey, deputy chair for global business processes.

The Debrecen center, where staff of 250 is supposed to work, will be completed by January, while the Budapest operations will be extended to 350 employees (compared to the present 200). BT group’s income totaled at £20,223 billion (about $41.6 billion) in the business year that finished on March 31, while pre-tax profit was £2,495 billion. (Gazdasági Rádió)

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