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Audi to create 200 jobs in Ireland

The carmaker is to invest €80 million in ten garages across Ireland and create 200 new jobs.

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GERMAN CARMAKER AUDI has announced plans to invest €80 million in ten garages across Ireland, which will help to create 200 new jobs.

New dealerships are being built in Waterford and north Dublin, while the company is seeking a site on which to build a large garage in south Dublin, the Sunday Business Post reports. The company’s first Irish terminal is due to open in Sligo on Friday 9 December and will directly employ 20 people.

Audi says that, despite Ireland’s economic woes, sales are up 25 per cent this year. “We are shooting for double-digit growth in 2012,” Andrew Doyle managing director of Audi Ireland to the newspaper.

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