A Chinese call centre that will create 60,000 jobsJanuary 12th, 2012 - 2:41 pm ICT by IANS
Beijing, Jan 12 (IANS) Construction of a call centre, which will create 60,000 jobs, began Thursday in the city of Luoyang in central China’s Henan province.
The China Mobile (Luoyang) Call Centre is part of an effort of China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile phone operator, to integrate its provincial and regional services and set up national calling centres in China, said Li Yue, president of the company.
The new centre, being built at a cost of 4 billion yuan ($632 million), will create 60,000 jobs, Xinhua quoted Li as saying.
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