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Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show new electric vehicle registrations continue to grow. Aa total of 1,437 EVs have been registered so far this year, surpassing the total number of EVs registered for the whole of 2018 (1,233).
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A total of 423 new .ie domains were registered in Mayo in the first half of 2018 (January 1 to June 30), according to the latest Domain Profile Report published this week by the IE Domain Registry, the company that manages and maintains Ireland’s official internet country domain name, .ie.
New car registrations for the first quarter are down -5.5 per cent (71,805) compared to the first quarter of last year (75,982), according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has issued the SIMI Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q1 2018.
New car registrations remain steady, but the market is still down by 3.47 per cent for the year-to-date, acording to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
Statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for September were down 17 per cent (3,916) when compared to the same month last year (4,707), while new cars registrations year-to-date remain down 10 per cent (128,597) on the same period last year (143,211).
Last year 523 .ie domain names were registered in Mayo, a 12 per cent decrease on the number in 2015. The latest figures were released by IE Domain Registry (IEDR) in its latest annual report. IEDR is responsible for maintaining Ireland's code domain name extension, the .ie you see at the end of a web address.
Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show new car registrations for the month of April were up 10 per cent.
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for the year 2015 (124,945) finished up 30 per cent ahead of 2014 (96,284). That was itself a 30pc increase on circa 74,000 units registered in 2013.