February passenger vehicles sales in Ireland climbed 4% to 24,405 units. "This hopefully reflects the Irish economy bouncing back from the negative events of last year," says Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) Chief Executive Cyril McHugh in a published report. The February result left the year-to-date total at 55,725 units, down 1.9% from the same period last year. McHugh warns that Irish buyers are facing big increases in car prices. "Changes in the car distribution regime ...

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