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BT expands office in Hungary

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British Telecom (BT) expanded its office space in Hungary by more than 4,000 sqm and made 400 new hires last year, the center's managing director said at a press conference today.

The company made 300 new hires in Budapest and 100 at its base in Debrecen in eastern Hungary, said Andor Faragó. The company now employs 1,300 people in Hungary, he added.

BT's offices in Budapest and Debrecen serve more than 3,000 international clients including leading multinational companies, and provide a wide range of customer management, financial and business administration services.

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