May car imports rise 56%

Imports of passenger cars in May grew approximately 56% to 24,120 from 15,413 in May 2006, while imports of commercial vehicles fell 10% to 1,361 from 1,512 last year, the Israel Tax Authority reported Monday.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
June 5, 2007 08:20

 
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Imports of passenger cars in May grew approximately 56% to 24,120 from 15,413 in May 2006, while imports of commercial vehicles fell 10% to 1,361 from 1,512 last year, the Israel Tax Authority reported Monday. Over the first five months of the year, imports of passenger cars overall rose 16.5% to 49,370 from the same period a year earlier. The Tax Authority also reported a rise in the number of electrical items imported to Israel in May.

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