Ireland’s new-car sales continue their slow crawl back from the abyss with September deliveries jumping 27.8% to 3,175 units, but the market remained down 6.5% year-to-date to 71,717. Society of the Irish Motor Industry Director General Alan Nolan says market conditions this year have been very difficult as Ireland still battles to come back from its worst-ever financial crisis. The introduction of the new midyear-designated registration plate in July was the one bright spot, ...
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