Wednesday January 22, 2020

Bleating about used car imports does Simi no favours

The motor industry needs to be clear, open and honest in its appeal to the government and to us, the public

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The Irish motor industry needs to be careful with how it words its pleas to government. As I’ve mentioned more than once in this column, it is keen for there to be a change in how we deal with imported used cars. The latest attempt to appeal to the powers that be, at a press conference held by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (Simi) last week, included a dramatic quote from Jim Power,...

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