Irish new-car sales continued their recovery in July, despite the dour state of the national economy, growing 69% to 6,333 units, from prior-year’s disastrous 3,748. The result left year-to-date sales up 46.9% to 74,111 units, from 50,458 in like-2009, the Society of the Irish Motor Industry says. “Clearly, the trend in new-car sales is continuing with a steady increase month on month,” SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says in a statement. “This is very much in line with the data ...
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