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Irish first-half new-car sales jumped 23.5% from a low base a year ago to reach 65,705 units, while light-commercial vehicle deliveries soared 35.6% to 9,380. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry, which expected June sales to be slow in advance of a registration plate update July 1, says car deliveries for the month rose 1% to 1,689 units. The organization’s prediction that the industry would see its best July since 2008 was borne out Tuesday, when 4,264 new cars were registered on ...
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