Irish new-car sales tumbled 22.5% from year-ago in May to 5,963 units, dropping the first five months’ result 15.9% to 50,732. Society of the Irish Motor Industry Director General Alan Nolan says the May figures continue the trend of what has been a very poor year. “It is clear that there has been even less spending in the domestic economy this year than in recent years, which were not good to begin with,” Nolan says in a statement. Toyota led the market in May, off ...

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