Ireland’s new-vehicle sales tumbled in November as six businesses in the industry shuttered their doors, taking total closures for the year to more than 70 companies. Job losses now have surpassed 11,000, the Society of the Irish Motor Industry says. “Looking ahead to next year, with no pick-up in the economy projected, we are looking at an industry which could lose half its remaining workforce,” SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says in a statement. November new-car sales fell 19.3% to ...

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