A US electronics firm has announced plans to create 100 jobs at a new engineering and research centre in Belfast.
CEM solutions, which already employs 47 people at the site, says the jobs will come on stream over the coming months as part of a €17m investment.
The company specialises in electronic security and fire protection systems.
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