Ireland’s new-passenger car sales fell 3.8% in November compared with year-ago, but sales through the first 11 months rose 11.5%, to 171,131 from 153,423 in like-2004. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry reacted to the monthly sales drop by again calling for the government to reduce the vehicle-registration tax, pointing out the European Commission has said the tax is against the principles of the European Union and that Irish citizens are being deprived of one of the benefits of a ...

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