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Centra to create 400 jobs and open 20 new stores in 2013

The company also grew by 1.6 per cent last year, and recorded retail sales of €1.435 billion.

THROUGH A €20 million investment, Centra will create 400 jobs and open 20 new stores in Ireland this year.

Around 100 of these will be new jobs created by the opening of a number of new greenfield sites, with the rest created by store extensions and other independent stores joining the Centra network.

Centra, which serves over three million customers per week, also announced today that the company crew by 1.6 per cent and recorded retail sales of €1.435 billion last year.

The company opened 18 new stores last year and together with their retail partners employ almost 10,000 people, making them one of the biggest employers in the country.

Read: Irish people change to ‘little and often’ shopping trips

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