Brexit imports hitting new car sales head on

The motor industry provides a very good barometer for the overall economy, and particularly how business and consumers view the world, writes Jim Power.

Following the severe economic correction that occurred back in 2008, new car sales drove over a cliff and went into freefall in 2009 to reach just over 57,000.

This created serious problems for what is a very important sector of the economy, and one that provides employment in every small town around the country, not to mention...
source: BreakingNews.ie

2018-11-09 02:43
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