Google To Open Ops Center in Wroclaw

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Google said it expects the Wroclaw, Poland, center to employ more than 200 people within the next year or two. Wroclaw has already attracted a number of foreign investors in recent years, including Hewlett-Packard, General Electric, Siemens AG, and Nokia.

Google plans to open an operations center in the Polish city of Wroclaw later this year, creating 200 new jobs and boosting the city's efforts to become a technology hub, officials said Thursday.

"With Google, we can practically be attractive for any large company that is in the innovation sector, because they always go in herds," said Pawel Panczyj, who heads an office that promotes foreign investment in Wroclaw.

Wroclaw has already attracted a number of foreign investors in recent years, including Hewlett-Packard Co., General Electric Co., Siemens AG and Nokia Corp.

Google said it expects the center to employ more than 200 people within the next year or two.

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