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Ebay to shut Dundalk operation next year

150 staff to meet with bosses at Co Louth facility

25th August, 2016
Blow for workers at Ebay Pic: Getty

Online auction site Ebay is to close its operation in Dundalk, Co Louth, its 150 staff were told today.

Staff were handed the unsettling news earlier today and the company is set to start a consultation process.

It is understood the company is expected to leave the Co Louth town in the second quarter of next year.

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