Irish new-car sales continue their downward spiral, falling 10.4% in March to 11,695 units as the market underperforms industry expectations. The result pushes first-quarter new-car deliveries down 13.8% to 39,511 units, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry data. SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says the first quarter is a crucial period for the industry because it traditionally is a good indicator of how sales will perform for the rest of the year, with half of all ...
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