20/11/2015

Job Losses Following Xtra-vision Closures

Eighteen full-time and a number of part-time jobs are to be lost with the closure of of eight Xtra-vision stores across Northern Ireland.

The DVD and video rental chain has said that the "continued decline in rentals" has led to the store closures.
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The chain was bought by Hilco Capital Ireland for an undisclosed sum in 2014.

(MH)

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