Apple is setting up a technical support center in Bangalore, India, according to a report Thursday in a local Indian newspaper.
Apple will hire 1,500 staff at the technical center by the end of this year, according to The Times of India newspaper. The center will have 3,000 staff at the end of next year, the report said.
Representatives from Apple’s Indian operations were not immediately available for comment.
A number of multinational technology companies, including computer maker Dell Inc. have set up technical support centers in India, to support their global operations.
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