New-car sales in Ireland continued their record pace in February, rising 5.4% to 26,835 units from year-ago’s 25,506. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says sales for the first two months of the year are up 7.0% to 72,853 units from like-2006’s 68,617. The buoyant market saw light-commercial-vehicle sales climb 14.0% in February to 5,577 units, taking the year’s 2-month total up 18.9% to 13,177. Heavy-commercial-vehicle deliveries, while down 10.8% for the month to 581 units, are ...

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