The new president of the Society of the Irish Motor says he will use the office to campaign for a reduction in atuomobile-related taxes. Government income from the vehicle registration and value-added taxes from new car sales in the year’s first six months was 8.7% of total tax revenue, says Tony Carey, new society president and business development director of Adam Opel AG’s Ireland unit. Contributions from the total automotive sector, including fuel excise duty and road tax, was 16.8% ...

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