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Yes Car Credit business to close

The Yes Car Credit business is to be closed with the loss of about 820 jobs, its owner Provident Financial has said.

Provident Financial said Yes Car Credit was "no longer viable" after talks with possible buyers of the company collapsed last week.

Provident said tough competition and changes to the regulatory environment had changed trading conditions, and Yes had ceased to be profitable in 2004.

Yes is expected to make a pre-tax trading loss of £24m for 2005.

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