Irish new-car sales climbed 13.5% to 883 units in November compared with year-ago but tumbled 46.7% from October, continuing a string of six month-on-month declines since May. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says the latest result left 11-month deliveries down 11.5% to 79,182 units. SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says new-car sales to date have declined by 10,000 units compared with like-2011. Given that each new car generates €7,700 ($10,058) in tax revenue for the ...
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