MADRID – Auto makers are calling on the government to pump up infrastructure investment, cut taxes and apply additional cost-control measures as a further shot in the arm to the industry here. The government in September launched a new scrappage incentive backed by €75 million ($96 million) in state funding and a matching €75 million from the industry to boost local sales. But ANFAC, the group representing auto makers with a manufacturing presence in Spain, says that ...

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