SPAR To Create 1,000 Jobs

As many as 1,000 jobs are to be created by SPAR, it has been announced.

The supermarket chain is expected to open 50 new stores across Ireland by 2016 in an investment worth €100m.

The roles will be full-time and part-time.

Not only will the firm's Irish operations be expanded but the refurbishment of existing retailers will also take place through the investment.


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