Irish new-car sales surged 53.8% to 88,373 units last year, recovering from a disastrous 57,460 in 2009 but still well below the 151,607 sold in 2008 before the country’s economy crashed. In releasing the data, Society of the Irish Motor Industry Director General Alan Nolan says the government’s scrappage scheme resulted in stronger sales throughout the year, while also helping protect businesses and jobs and delivering increased government revenue. “No doubt the main reason for the ...

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