Country's largest Tesco opens in Dublin today

Country's largest Tesco opens in Dublin today

Ireland's biggest Tesco opens today in Dublin's Liffey Valley.

The new €30m store is creating 175 jobs.

Most of the workers have been recruited locally.

Along with local jobs, the store will be donating €1,000 every two months to local good causes like the Clondalkin Youth Band and Liffey Valley Rangers FC.

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