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Microsoft – 1,000 new jobs in China

Microsoft will hire 1,000 staff in China over the coming year, adding to the 4,500 the company already employs in the country, a senior executive said on Thursday.

The move is aimed at strengthening the company’s position in a market it sees as key to future growth, but where software piracy and regulation remain serious hurdles.

The new employees will be added in research and development, sales, marketing and services, said Ralph Haupter, CEO for Microsoft’s Greater China operation, speaking to reporters in Beijing.

The expansion comes as part of a sales and marketing effort by Microsoft that aims to reach potential Chinese customers such as local governments and public institutions, said Haupter, who was appointed Microsoft’s China chief in April…

via Microsoft to hire 1,000 in China over next year: executive | Reuters.



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