Irish new-car sales continue to sink at an alarming level as industry job losses top 10,000. October deliveries slid 12.7% to 1,526 units from prior-year’s 1,748, Society of the Irish Motor Industry figures show. The result leaves 10-month sales at 56,637, down 62.4% from 150,790 year-ago. Sales of light-commercial vehicles showed little signs of life in October, tumbling 52.5% to just 448 units, leaving 10-month results trailing year-ago 70% to 8,806. SIMI Director General Alan ...

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