Irish new-car sales edged up 1.5% to 21,313 units in January, but the industry doesn’t expect sustained growth. January is crucial for Ireland’s motor industry as 50% of new-car sales take place in the first quarter of each year. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says the latest result compares with a prior-year 20,999 units that included 3,057 sales of new cars under the now-ended government scrappage scheme. Light-commercial-vehicle deliveries rose 6.7% to 2,247 ...

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