A continuing rise in new-vehicle sales is seeing jobs returning to the Irish automotive sector. However, the Society of the Irish Motor Industry says while passenger-car deliveries continue to show improvement, up 50% to 79,145 units in the year’s first eight months, commercial-vehicle sales are less buoyant, up just 15% to 8,986. SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says through August, new-car deliveries steadily have been increased month-on-month. “The improvement in sales is having a ...
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