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Danish catalysis firm Haldor Topsoe created 4000 jobs in the region in H2, 2017, more than any other company in the region

 

Companies by jobs H2 2017

Haldor Topsoe, the Danish catalysis company, was the top job creator in the Middle East and Africa in the second half of 2016, adding 4000 jobs in the region.

Konkola Copper Mines, one of Africa's largest integrated copper producers, created 3695 jobs, while logistics company Agility added 3331.

Rosatom, the nuclear energy company, created 3171 jobs in the region in H2, 2017, narrowly ahead of the Shandong Ruyi Technology Group, which added 3000.

The chart was produced using fDi Markets, which gives real-time crossborder greenfield investment data on all sectors and locations. For more information visit fdimarkets.com.

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