More cars imported in October

The Tax Authority reported on Sunday that 17,635 passenger vehicles were imported in October, an increase of 31 percent above October 2006, when 13,428 passenger cars were brought into the country

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
November 6, 2007 07:03

 
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The Tax Authority reported on Sunday that 17,635 passenger vehicles were imported in October, an increase of 31 percent above October 2006, when 13,428 passenger cars were brought into the country. Over the course of the year, 158,437 cars were imported, a jump of 29% above numbers from the same period last year, when 122,845 cars came into the country. Meanwhile, the import of commercial vehicles fell 42% to 731 in October of this year from October 2006 when 1,253 commercial vehicles were imported.

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