Ireland’s troubled new-vehicle industry saw improvement in July with car sales rising 8.6% to 4,431 units, leaving year-to-date results down 12.4% to 71,065. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says that as 13,000 new cars are sold in an average July, this year’s increase for the month needs to be taken into context. “The market is in line with the SIMI's predictions, and the full-year 2012 forecast of less than 80,000 units remains,” it says in a ...

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